RIYL: Frankie and the Witch Fingers / Oh Sees / Ty Segall / King Gizzard/ Mind Meld / Hawkwind / Black Sabbath / NEU!
Label: Six Tonnes De Chair Records
LA’s Psych/Garage-outfit Hooveriii dropped their absolutely stunning S/T-album last year,Â which quickly peaked on my top albums of 2018. Marking a shift in direction from his 2 previus albums, Bert HooverÂ added the talents ofÂ a few skilled friends to push dynamics and managed to create a sound that blends decades of psychedelic greatnessÂ in into one highly potent shot of awesome. The ruff riffage of Sabbath, the ballsy kicks of MC5, the crafty songwriting of Roky and the krauty noodling of NEU!, this album has it all!
The new single FathomÂ will be released April 5th via French label Six Tonnes De Chair Records, and pre-orders went live yesterday. The available A-side keeps kicking out the jams whileÂ adding a tad ofÂ Lizzy goodness to the mix to further expand their sound. Following up on the previous album’sÂ exciting arrangements andÂ tight execution, this without a doubt makes Hooveriii’s nextÂ LP one of my most anticipated releases of 2019. Tune in folks, this isÂ some real good sh*t.
Only 300 copies of this hits the decks, 100 on Gold Vinyl and 200 on Black. (+45 test-pressing advance copies, long gone by now..)
Limited Black Vinyl
200 copies. Heavy weight hand screen printed sleeve.
Limited Gold Vinyl
100 copies. Heavy weight hand screen printed sleeve.
2. I Dream Of Mark Lee
Includes digital pre-order of Fathom. You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment itâ€™s released.
shipping out on or around April 5, 2019
Following up their excellent album of space-sliced psych from last year, L.A.â€™s Hoover III return with a new single on French enclave Six Tonnes De Chair. Starting with a riff that scratches the olâ€™ runes of Sabbath in the sand, the band proceeds to drive the track in a lighter direction, welding the heavy guitar chug to echo-dripped harmonies. The track doesnâ€™t just troll for grooves, though. As they arc into the second half the band stompboxes the warp drive and takes â€śFathomâ€ť through a few layers of cosmos. Hoover III have been working a particularly potent strain of Space Rock in their first couple of releases, and if this new single is an indicator of where theyâ€™re headed, then the next LP threatens to be one to watch out for. In the meantime, this is a good reminder to shake the earthly tether once in a while.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive