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The twin garage duo's latest is as cheeky and raucous as ever. Reverberation by The Kundalini Genie. Sometimes you hear new music and the drum sets your feet tapping or you find yourself strumming your leg in rhythm with the guitar playing. Kundalini Genie on this album make me want to dance around an open fire crying to the gods of music and thanking them for this gift they have bestowed on me as a mere listener.
I know that sounds a bit evangelical but that's what Reverberation does to me. Psychedelic rock is trending at present but this is pure class in amongst the ordinary. Interesting to hear that Ghost Dance Collective are big supporters of this band as I just discovered them about 3 hrs ago. Cosmic serendipity at work.
David Currie. The semi-demented Austrians Wild Evel and his Trashbones bring their fuzz-guitar-meets-Screaming-Lord-Sutch brilliance out of the garage and into your living room.
Fuzztaztic ztuff! Not in stock See details. This was a special Austrian release for Record Store Day Since , however, punk rock has strayed dramatically from its origins, entering a number of phases that are nearly unrecognizable in comparison. Their second full length record, Digging My Grave is a testament to such a style, giving the band the appeal of a lost treasure from over fifty years ago. The following song and title track provides a heavier and darker setting while Evel makes his vocal debut on the album, howling and screaming with a throaty and gravelly voice reminiscent to that of Alice Cooper.
While this all fits seamlessly together across the thirteen songs on Digging My Grave , it adds a sense of variety that is often absent from punk records and further develops a rich identity stepped in history for Wild Evel And The Trashbones.Wild Evel & The Trashbones. Wien, Austria. For sure the Trashbones have their roots in the s U.S. garage punk, when teenagers started playing their own music, delivering their own ideas and ideals through tight and catchy lyrics telling the conservative society, "here we are"! The sound, that these proto-punks produced is the same sound of the five Austrian freaks - succinct fuzz-guitars.