It’s been a while but Psycho King Dave has written a few more mini reviews, on bands featured in today’s show. Our theme this week was the Sun and the Moon, inspired by the Super Blood Red Moon last week. Check out these tunes:
Ride Into The Sun – Hills
A criminally overlooked Australian band, our featured track comes from their 2011 mini album ‘Rats Thieves and Liars’.
Unfortunately Ride Into The Sun played their farewell gig at Adelaide in July this year. However, before they split, they shared the stage with the likes of Roky Erickson, Night Beats, Dinosaur Jr. and A Place To Bury Strangers.
The good news is Ant and Sam of the band are working on a new project called My Family The Cult….watch this space.
The Underground Youth – Morning Sun
A true DIY band based in Manchester, they combine Psychedelic Rock with Garage Rock and Post-Punk.
Everything is recorded in main man Craig Dyer’s home. His drummer wife Olya is the biggest Spaceman 3 fan ever (allegedly) and their sound is quite dark but unique.
They’ve already got 7 albums under their belt and with the help of Fuzz records their future looks bright. Our featured track comes from their album ‘Sadovaya’, which was originally released in 2010. Craig and Olya have also released material under the name Noise Exposure.
The Cush – Summers Gone
Forth Worth, Texas based husband and wife led band who were originally in noise/pop outfit Buck Jones.
When releasing their self-titled debut album under The Cush moniker they showed potential. All subsequent releases showed improvement but who would have thought they had an album like ‘Transcendental Heatwave’ in them? It’s an absolute gem.
In the past they’ve supported Deerhoof, Heartless Bastards, Dead Meadow and Cat Power. Don’t be surprised if in the future one or two of those bands end up supporting them………..Enjoy!!
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