No Regular Play has come along way in their pursuit of sonic excellence. Their freshly completed second album, Can't You See, is the duo's finest showing to date. Forged amidst the fires of coping with the loss of a dear loved one, Can't You See is a testament to the power of creativity triumphing over and transmuting adversity.
The multi-instrumental and impressively talented band consists of born and bred Minnesotans Gregory Paulus and Nicholas DeBruyn who relocated to Brooklyn, NY, 10 years ago. They are the same Crew Love stalwarts that you should know and love. This time around, the gentleman have pushed their art and craft further than ever before, fine-tuning each individual sound on the album to an unprecedented level of detail with the help of talented producer, Alex "Hammer" Hamadey. The end result is a work that is robust, substantively deep and ready to soundtrack your night; be it a steamy dance floor or a romantic summer tryst.
For the unfamiliar, No Regular Play's creative essence is that of artists inspired by the dirty instincts of the late night dance floor but married to the lush harmony of the concert hall. This essence is on clear display in Can't You See, and definitively thriving.