(Sandy) Alex G may be the performance alias of Alex Giannascoli, a singer, songwriter, and guitarist who built a reputation with introspective, lo-fi indie pop. As an adolescent, the Pennsylvania indigenous wrote and documented music in his bedroom, creating a audio that channeled famous brands Elliott Smith and Created to Spill. While enrolled at Temple School in 2012, he found the interest of musician Mat Cothran of Elvis Depressedly, who eventually distributed the homemade demos and contacted Giannascoli to try out his initial live show. The next year, then heading simply by Alex G, he agreed upon with indie label Orchid Tapes, the house of the community of songwriters, including Cothran and Teenager Suicide frontman Sam Ray’s solo tasks. He released his home-recorded label debut, DSU, in 2014 and fell out of college to go after music. U.K. label Lucky Quantity perfected and released several Alex G’s previously D.I.Con. albums, Technique and Guidelines, in the springtime of 2015, and he authorized with Domino Information for his DSU follow-up, Seaside Music, released in October of this year. That recording furthered his status, and in 2016 his acoustic guitar work appeared for the Frank Sea albums Unlimited and Blond. The next spring, without formal explanation provided, he officially used the moniker (Sandy) Alex G with time for his second Domino launch (and eighth general), Rocket, in-may 2017. Still home-recorded, it had been a far more collaborative effort, offering people of his touring music group, violinist Molly Germer, and prior visitor vocalist Emily Yacina.