As befitted among the founders from the acclaimed crate-digging curios Finders Keepers label, Dom Thomas’ Whyte Horses were informed with a dizzying selection of music affects. This wide sonic palette of psychedelia, collection music, acid-folk, Krautrock, Tropicália, yé-yé, and lounge was skillfully woven by “music-chronologist” Thomas into an available, hypnotic, dreamy psych-pop. Whyte Horses’ initial discharge was the one Snowfalls in the London-based label CRC in Oct 2014, accompanied by debut record Pop or Not really in-may 2016 (currently released in an exclusive pressing the prior season). Guesting upon this brilliantly otherworldly debut was the Anglo-French vocalist Julie Margat (aka Lispector), who brought a wholesome dosage of Gallic great towards the proceedings. Thomas was also ably abetted on Pop or Not really with the Doves’ Jez Williams, Ian Parton from the Move! Group, Belle & Sebastian’s Chris Geddes, and indie-psych maverick Jim Noir.