With Orc, the band consolidate the strengths of their joint 2016 releases, A Weird Exits and An Odd Entrances, streamlining their grab-bag experimentation into a more fluid flow and quasi-conceptual framework (well, at least as much as we can assume its fantastical references to castles, warriors, and beasts are somehow connected). But there is perhaps no better gauge of Oh Sees’ recent evolution than the mid-album colossus Keys to the Castle. From the outset, it follows the familiar Oh Sees battle plan of pitting a propulsive rhythm and mischievous melody against shocks of guitar fuzz that double as de facto choruses. Then, two minutes in, it dissolves into a mesmerizing extended coda of cloudy organ tones and snake-charming strings that gradually lull the song to a blissful rest past the eight-minute mark.
Oh Sees are an American rock band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1997. The band currently consists of primary songwriter and core member John Dwyer (vocals, guitar), alongside Tim Hellman (bass), Dense Ringgroin (drums), Paul Quattrone (drums) and Tomas Dolas (keyboards). Oh Sees sound incorporates a wide range of rock genres, including 1960s garage rock and psychedelic rock, punk rock, noise rock, art punk, and 1980s post-punk.
Orc is a continuation of the careening energy and creativity that has defined the most recent handful of Oh Sees' record, making it one of the most beastly in the bunch. The Line of Best Fit. Aug 18, 2017. 80. Despite all of the quixotic ups and downs in the tunes the album never loses its sense of purpose or momentum.
Drop is the fifteenth studio album by American psychedelic rock band Thee Oh Sees, released on April 19, 2014 on Castle Face Records. Primarily a collaboration between core member John Dwyer and regular collaborator Chris Woodhouse, the album is the ninth to be released under the name, Thee Oh Sees. The album was released following initial plans for Thee Oh Sees to take "a well deserved break," and was recorded during a "transitional period" for the band.
코드판과 CD 쇼핑을 즐기고 Oh Sees 컬렉션을 완성하세요. 음 참조: Orc, 2xLP, Album, CF-093. Another great sounding pressing from Castle Face. Love they stick to 45rpm pressings for these Oh Sees (And other aliases).
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Giving Oh Sees songs your undivided attention typically yields the best results, and with so many aural wormholes to traverse, its in your best interest to give in to the wild panorama of Dwyer’s rock ‘n’ roll vision quest. To wit, Keys to the Castle possesses a stoner-worthy center to its peppy outer-shell, with the song’s middle portion unfurling hypnotic strings, keys, drone-y bass and echo-chamber atmospherics for a narcotic joy ride. It’s an album tailor-made for acting as soundtrack to the dangerous shadows we all find ourselves enshrouded by from time to time. In the darker places, we can often find pain, lunacy, pleasure, and the mystical unknowns of the surrealness of life. Oh Sees can be your fucked-up weirdo tour guides, if you let them. Orc is as good a place to start your trip as any.
California band Oh Sees (formerly Thee Oh Sees) have released their new studio album, Orc, through Castle Face Records. The LP highlights the band’s capacity to combine metal guitar riffs laced with punk rock attitude and occasional trippy rock jams. Orc features 10 songs and covers 50 minutes. Band members include John Dwyer (vocals, guitar, keyboards, flute), Tim Hellman (bass), Dan Rincon (drums), and Paul Quattrone (drums). The Static God, a frenzied track bursting with energy, sets the mood for an album that is enjoyable in its unpredictability.