|Add Date:||2017-09-27|| ||Pull Date:||2017-11-29|| |
|Week Ending:||12 Nov||5 Nov||29 Oct||15 Oct||8 Oct||1 Oct|
If La Luz are the joyful surfers that arrive leave the beach at sunset just in time to share a joint before mom calls for the family barbecue, L.A. Witch are the outcast badasses that appear once the sun goes down. Their self-titled debut is one that bubbles with retro rock fuelled passion - it feels like they’ve been raised on a diet of short-lived, little-known cult bands, recasting their influence into three minute blasts of reverb-drenched guitar jangles that have a firm dream pop underbelly.|
Like: Death Valley Girls, Bleached, The Cramps, Thee Oh Sees
Play: 1, 3, 5, 7, 8.
1.Kill My Baby Tonight (3:07) - Chillingly-assured psycho-ballad.
2.Brian (4:03) - Hypnotic voice floats in on a cloud of pink smoke.
3.Untitled (3:14) - Twangy guitars with slight country swing to its rhythm.
4.You Love Nothing (3:36) - Swaggering vibes, dreamily lethargic.
5.Drive Your Car (3:16) - Scorched hammock ballad Stooges-style.
6.Baby In Blue Jeans (4:29) - Dream-pop, beautiful guitars.
7.Feel Alright (3:34) - Mid tempo Psych-Garage more Stooges vibes.
8.Good Guys (2:07) - Cool indie pop song, catchy vocals.
9.Get Lost (4:22) - Keen understanding of how to build texturally rich rock.