Sonically, they pull from a diverse pool of influences, touching on surf, post punk, and indie rock, among others. Their sound is eclectic and varied, but remains anchored by Kassis and Cauley's floating, often intertwining vocal melodies and the carefully constructed musical groundwork beneath them.
The band self released their first single, Honey, in March of 2017. The song hinted at the layered and melodic sound they would later explore. Three months later, the band released their self titled EP. This set saw the group greatly expand both their technical prowess and genre experimentation. November saw the release of the Four and a Half Minutes single, a one-off with the Nashville based label Crane City Records. Recorded completely analogue, the single showcased a rawer, darker side of the group's sound while also edging into more surf-adjacent musical territory.
In December of 2017, Ill Spector began work on their debut album. The multi-layered, self-produced effort is scheduled for release in 2018.