RIYL: 13th Floor Elevators, The Murlocs, Roky Erikcson, Pretty Things, Triptides, The Mystery Lights
Label: Permanent Records
New album by Frankie and the Witch Fingers coming Sept. 15th!
Pre-orders just went live over at Permanent Records Chicago, and those Orange will go fast.
“Brain Telephone” marks the band’s 4th album, and their reputation for cooking up psyched¬†out garagerock is constantly¬†spreading. Their sound is leaning towards the original masters of the genre, and like their previous “Heavy Roller” (2016) I bet this one is brimful of kick-ass¬†60’s¬†inspired riffs.
Be sure to check out the first available track “Learnings Of The Light” underneath, and click your way quickly over to Permanent for those limited, succulent fruits to quench your thirst.
LP - Frankie and the Witch Fingers - Brain Telephone
US$ 17,99 - US$ 19,99
OUT 9/15/2017 - PRE-ORDER NOW!
ONE TIME PRESSING LIMITED TO 500 COPIES:
* 150 ON ORANGE CRUSH VINYL EXCLUSIVELY AT PERMANENT CHICAGO AND LOS ANGELES!
* 350 ON BLACK VINYL FOR WHOLESALE
As the diamond hits the plastic on Frankie and the Witch Fingers' Brain Telephone, a sonic tornado swirls out of the speakers and into your ears like a psychedelic party-line flipping a black-and-white world into technicolor. The quartet cooks up a cachophonic soup of sounds which boil over as the troglodytic beat and the fuzzy phased-out guitars melt together. From here, the spell gets sweeter. A rock n' roll groove laced with slapback and heady lyrics quickly connects your call to the Witch Finger's acid boogie shack nestled deep in the belly of Los Angeles. A transformation occurs as mind bending shadows appear on a yet-to-be-named purple planet with lush gardens of grinning neon fungi bopping and swaying along to each catchy hook and chorus. The serpentine tape reels capture Texas barn burners, hallucinogenic Chuck Berry guitar licks, and middle-eastern rave-ups along the way as well. This adventure is littered with evil caricatures and surrealistic visions that will warble your mind, if you stay on the line.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive