French DIY label Six Tonnes de Chair Records has a mantra…”Make Little Make Good.” Five releases in and I’d say their catalogue so far is living up to the mission. Their roster up to this point has been righteously eclectic, releasing the psych garage onslaught of Los Dos Hermanos, the Appalachian folk of Thomas Schoeffler Jr., and the straight-up meat ‘n potatoes rawk of Monstre. Their newest two acts deliver two strikingly different, but equally cinematic instrumentals.
Duck Duck Grey Duck’s Camel Boots bellydances inside the trough of a crystal blue wave, tripping out on sandy, jangly surf rock riffs. It struts a bit heavier than its forefathers did, though. Picture Link Wray and Dick Dale writing songs specifically for strip clubs and you’d have Duck Duck Grey Duck.
On the other side is Magic & Naked, a psychedelic desert journey meandering through Pink Floyd’s early 70s jam sessions and Ennio Morricone’s sun-scorched aural tales of perilous adventure.
Get it on green or blue wax after the ‘buy’ link.
Limited split 7'' vinyl with Duck Duck Grey Duck and Magic & Naked
200 copies // 100 green, 100 blue // Download code
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive