Electric Mud's Ten best summer party rock tunes for 2014:
- The Slider by T.Rex
- Slave by The Rolling Stones
- Weight of Love by The Black Keys
- Never Gonna Stop by Rob Zombie
- Go Little Camaro Go by The Ramones
- Give It All I Can by The Lovetones
- New York City by The Demics
- Dani California by The Red Hot Chile Peppers
- City Boy by The Brought Low
- Freedom at 21 by Jack White
Posted by wino at Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Their sound has been described as experimental, minimalist, drone rock, and "spacey psychedelic rock".They have been compared to Suicide, Loop, The Velvet Underground, The Doors, Soft Machine and Guru Guru.They are currently signed to Thrill Jockey records, whose artist roster also includes Tortoise, Future Islands, The Sea and Cake and Matmos. Wooden Shjips guitarist Ripley Johnson also plays in a side project, Moon Duo, formed in 2009 with Sanae Yamada.They have so far released one EP (Killing Time, 2009 [Sacred Bones])
and three albums (Escape, 2010 [Woodsist]; Mazes, 2011 [Sacred Bones];
and Circles, 2012 [Sacred Bones]).
The group played the ATP New York 2010 music festival in Monticello, New York in September 2010 at the request of film director Jim Jarmusch. In November 2013 the group released their fourth LP, entitled Back to Land, on Thrill Jockey
Posted by wino at Sunday, April 13, 2014
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Head On/Pill
Man I really dig these Auzzies...Why do I get the feeling these cats would be a blast to see live. You'll need about 15 minutes of your life, to head your ears around this epic movement.
"Completely fried theremin wielding psychopaths. Half originating from the flat salt bush plains of Deniliquin and the other from the sea stained Anglesea coastline".
I've been on a Psyche Garage Rock kick the last few years. There are some great young bands coming out these days. So you may see a lot of posts leaning towards this genre now. It's also great to see festivals like the Austin PsycheFest supporting this scene.
Well the Footsteps are from Lexington Kentucky and I just happened to find them online. They have a few shows coming up.
(Hey ...psssst!...Hipsters are not hip anymore...pass it on!)
I know what your saying..."Where the hell can I find some gritty Garage Punk from Madrid Spain"
Well look no further than Electric Mud. Although I don't know what they are singing about ( I don't understand Spanish) or maybe it is English. Anyhow, I can say I do understand the Raw Power and Fuzzy Riffs...the in your face guitar tones.
This is Friday night music after a long hard week at work. Open a cold beer and let the music pour over you. Work with me here. Just pretend your in Detroit circa 1971.
YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT ALL THE FUZZ FOR FREE HERE