Snowmine started as a project among friends at NYU's Steinhardt music school, and over time their dreamy sound began to come into focus. Their name comes from a tragic story told by lead singer Grayson Sandors' grandfather on a snowy night during the Korean war, and the melancholy and dark textures of their sound often bring out this chilling motif. 

Their sophomore album Dialects brings this unique sound to the forefront, in what the Village Voice calls "a swirling, echoing, and sweetly sullen trip." Written by Sandors following a nine-month period of self-reflection that had him living out of a suitcase ,the album quietly shimmers with triumph and tragedy.

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