Genre: Psychfolk, Experimental, Psychedelic, Lo-Fi
Label: Fuck It Tapes
Who: Jeremy Earl, Jarvis Taveniere, and G. Lucas Crane
Like: Watching an 8mm in somebody's garbage bagged garage in Iowa
Compare to: WOODS, Lau Nau, Tickley Feather, Paavoharju, Blank Dogs
WOODS are back and reinvented with their release of Woods Family Creeps' self-titled album. The album is full of lo-fi rambling bullshit infused with a bit more soulful blues than their previous projects. Its fluid and easy to listen to, and if you like this definitely hop over to their site and check out the three other more lyric based tracks they have streaming. Aside from the hookish vocals, which as usual mirror anything anyone has ever licked into a microphone, the band's sound embodies a unique lo-fi style, flagging its own crispness as well as haughty psychedelic drone. well worth a listen.
Choice tracks: The Creeps, Diamond Days
1. End to End
2. Creeps Collage
3. Twisted Tongue
5. Howling on Howling
6. Diamond Days
8. Sleep Sleep Sleep
9. The Creeps
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