One thing that alternative pop/rock artist Susie Ghahremani, aka Snoozer, will never be accused of is being a forceful, aggressive belter. Whether she is leading her band, Snuggletooth, or performing solo material as Snoozer, the Providence, RI-based singer/songwriter favors a very deadpan, low-key vocal style -- screaming, yelling, and shouting aren't to be expected from Ghahremani, whose vocals can also be described as girlish, subtle, restrained, and understated. The New Englander, who writes most of her own material and plays several instruments (including keyboards, organ, guitar, and bass), inspires different '90s and 2000s comparisons. Juliana Hatfield has been a frequent comparison, and other valid comparisons include Lush, Belly, Madder Rose, and Shallow. But Ghahremani is an intriguing artist in her own right, and she has an appealing quirkiness of her own -- quirky being the operative word. Ghahremani's material is definitely on the eccentric side, although she is as melodic as she is whimsical and idiosyncratic.