TECHNICOLOR TEETH: Teenage Pagans: Cassette

Nov 20, 2012

Stoned-to-all-hell, psychedelic-tinged Hüsker Dü/Replacements rock. Features Amos from Tenement on drums; not that the two bands sound anything alike. The music is ambient in approach, barely allowing the vocals to be heard over other layers of sound. It’s the musical equivalent of heat waves on a hot summer’s day, leaving a trail of distorted images, cloaked in the warmth of the sun. This is a sonic journey to the faraway places only told in stories from long ago. We are peeping into a dimension not meant for human understanding and walk away with these echoes etched in our memories. Behold the Lovecraftian psych pop. Let your mind fall out and give this a whirl.

 –Bryan Static (Let’s Pretend,

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