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Thee Oh Sees - Daytrotter Session mp3 album

Thee Oh Sees - Daytrotter Session mp3 album Performer: Thee Oh Sees
Title: Daytrotter Session
Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Date of release: 2009
Size MP3: 1740 mb
Size FLAC: 1785 mb
Rating: 4.1
Format: MP4 MP1 VOX VOC AHX FLAC WAV

Thee Oh Sees are a band that incorporates all of the subtle references to rebellious, youthful rock and roll from generations back, boy-girl harmonies a la the Mamas and the Papas, as well as a knack for the ringing tunefulness of Buddy Holly - all of it touched with golden tones and then mussed up enough to not be too damned clear and. straight-arrow.

Dec 8, 2009 Studio Paradiso, San Francisco, CA. For the best audio experience, download the free Paste Music & Daytrotter app. Welcome to Daytrotter 00:20. Destroyed Fortress Reappears, Gold 06:49. Words by Sean Moeller, Illustration by Johnnie Cluney, Sound engineering by Shawn Biggs. Johnny Dwyer, the lead singer of the Bay Area psych/garage rock outfit Thee Oh Sees, has a naturally gifted voice for sputtering and spattering, reverb-clogged and fuzzed rock and roll music

Drop is the fifteenth studio album by American psychedelic rock band Thee Oh Sees, released on April 19, 2014 on Castle Face Records. Primarily a collaboration between core member John Dwyer and regular collaborator Chris Woodhouse, the album is the ninth to be released under the name, Thee Oh Sees. The album was released following initial plans for Thee Oh Sees to take "a well deserved break," and was recorded during a "transitional period" for the band.

Oh Sees are an American rock band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1997. The band currently consists of primary songwriter and core member John Dwyer (vocals, guitar), alongside Tim Hellman (bass), Dense Ringgroin (drums), Paul Quattrone (drums) and Tomas Dolas (keyboards). Oh Sees sound incorporates a wide range of rock genres, including 1960s garage rock and psychedelic rock, punk rock, noise rock, art punk, and 1980s post-punk.

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If you’ve ever seen Thee Oh Sees live, you have seen some shit. John Dwyer’s band of psych-garage hooligans has an ever-revolving lineup, but whoever might be playing alongside him, they’ve got one of the most dependably fired-up shows in all of indie rock. Dwyer - splattered with tattoos, frequently shirtless, his guitar hiked up uncomfortably high on his chest - plays hammerhead guitar hero, his fuzzed-up riffs transitioning into spiraling solos while your mind races to keep up. Meanwhile, his band keeps him anchored with an unrelenting low-end pummel

Tracklist

1 Welcome To Daytrotter 0:20
2 Destroyed Fortress Reappears / Gold 6:49
3 Mega Feast 2:03
4 Ruby Go Home 4:14

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Studio Paradiso

Credits

  • Engineer – Shawn Biggs

Notes

Released to stream / download via daytrotter.com

"Johnny Dwyer, the lead singer of the Bay Area psych/garage rock outfit Thee Oh Sees, has a naturally gifted voice for sputtering and spattering, reverb-clogged and fuzzed rock and roll music. It's so suited for the style, in fact, that we will from here on out, just refer to it as The Voice, with two instances of capitalization and insisting that it is a proper name. He has a sharp and high-pitched whine at times that just sounds like a young misfit trying to find his place in the world, thrashing around in its own skin and outsider world until something finally touches down. It sounds as if its echoing back to us from the 1960s, out of those cheap microphones, the voice of a man whose time is spent slicking back his pompadour, who's into all of that British Invasion stuff, who's trolling around the Haight-Ashbury corridor looking for heroes, who's reading subversive novels by all of the brilliant, druggie fiction writers at the time and who's still been hanging out at the hamburger stands at night, prowling the loop for pretty girls to try and romance. Thee Oh Sees are a band that incorporates all of the subtle references to rebellious, youthful rock and roll from generations back, boy-girl harmonies a la the Mamas and the Papas, as well as a knack for the ringing tunefulness of Buddy Holly - all of it touched with golden tones and then mussed up enough to not be too damned clear and straight-arrow. It's an angular and frazzled stab at meeting all of the different corners of early days rock and roll music - when it was called by adults and kids, sort of with a sneer and sort of with an undeniable pride, "rock 'n roll music" - together into some wildly uninhibited spin-out. Dwyer inspires paranoia with his skuzzy vocals and at times makes you want to spit and others makes you want to grab a partner around the waist and just twirl around and around, in your socks, on a wooden dance floor. "Go Meet The Seed" is one of those dance on the wooden floor numbers and "Destroyed Fortress Reappears" is one of those spitting numbers that just makes you lower the tops of your eyelids and begin to get suspicious of everything, even that which you think you're familiar and friendly with. It doesn't really matter which mood Thee Oh Sees twist you into, as it all moves and it all gets the pores working overtime, soaking our clothing with dread and joy."