Friday, September 18, 2015

Woods - July 15, 2009 Bowery Ballroom (2009)

/Psych-rock, Space rock, Alternative rock, Live session, Experimental rock, Indie rock/

Comment: Woods is the Brooklyn, New York, US-based trio of Jeremy Earl, Jarvis Taveniere, and Aaron Neveu. The trio`s half-hour gig at Bowery Ballroom was performed after four years and four issues from the starting point. The gig was followed by the issue of the album Songs of Shame only some months earlier on Jeremy Earl-led imprint Woodsist being shelter for many well-known experimentally oriented indie rock groups from recent generation (Vivian Girls, Crystal Stilts, Sic Alps, Pocahaunted, Wavves, Kurt Vile etc). The performance is an eminent proof as the slightly decent tradition oriented rock embodiment will grow remarkably due to extension through some intense key changes, guitar overdrives, sonic effects-delays and organ vamps. Although the combo is considered a part of the New Weird America movement these 32 minutes, however, set about to add some shimmery seeds to the rock and roll music tradition by playing music with immense energy and impetus originating mostly from the blues music legacy. In a word, grab it for yourself, your brother and sister and your cat and dog.
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