New Music: The Postal Service

The Postal Service is one of most influential indie electro acts of the past 15 […]

The Postal Service is one of most influential indie electro acts of the past 15 years. Their sound, defined by Jimmy Tamborello’s glitchy lo-fi beats coupled with Ben Gibbard’s (Death Cab for Cutie) signature vocals was the perfect mix at a time when audiences were looking for something new.

Their 2003 release “Give Up” reached indie music fans worldwide due in large part to companies like Napster and Limewire that enabled audiences to discover and share music like never before.

2013 marks the 10th anniversary and deluxe re-issue of “Give Up” that includes several remixes and two new tracks, “A Tattered Line of String” and “Turn Around”.