|So Many Wizards / Heavy Vision|
|Add Date:||2017-09-08|| ||Pull Date:||2017-11-10|| |
|Week Ending:||15 Oct||8 Oct||1 Oct||24 Sep||17 Sep|
So Many Wizards walk a fine line between garage rock and dream-pop. Los Angeles-based four-piece offer up some gnarly riffs, but they’re less indebted to Matt Pike than they are to Ty Segall. Heavy Vision a neo-psychedelic release. This record, is full of bright, chiming indie numbers that positively drip with homages to earlier pioneers like Syd Barrett and The Byrds.|
Like: Beach Fossils, Thee Oh Sees, Jay Retard, The Drums, Twin Peaks.
Recommend to play: 1, 4, 5, 6, 11.
1. Sic Boys (3:23) - Rapid, jangly guitar arpeggios and quick-paced drumming like Thee Oh Sees.
2. Swimming Pool (2:49) - Vocalist dragging out words while speaking over the track, weird good.
3. Daydream (2:37) Mid - tempo poppy song with lovely harmonies.
4. Modern Way (2:38) - Melodic bass lines and breezy guitar making for the softest and brightest moment on the album.
5. Before She Runs (2:57) - Fast and harmonic guitars, with the upbeat drumming, feel good song.
6. Night Chills (2:49)- Mid tempo punk rocky with spooky, dissonant bridge.
7. It Comes For Us (2:38) - Energy-packed with pounding drums, driving bass and ripping guitar solo.
8. Just Poison (2:31) Catchy guitar riffs and energetic drums.
9. Crows (3:16) Whispery coda with fast paced rhythms.
10. No One Cares (2:52) - Strongly-melodic vibe the more mellow side of this band.
11. Wiper Blades (3:12) - Indie mid tempo, flutter guitars great vocal melody.
12. Hash (3:26) - Mellow and melodic, good final track.