“We’re four singles in from The Lizards, each release sees a tweak in direction. Their modern-day psyche sound gains weight with each track while they keep their cult throwbacks at core.”
“If every homage and throwback was this good and faithful, you’d swear this was original sin.”
“Through the measured collisions and the swirling of noise, we can pick out the pieces of splintered electro, prick at the crisp flecks of abstract percussion, or wade through its ultra HD widescreen violence….”
“To the labels, the artists, the indies, the late night keyboard warriors, the shy bedroom writers that sent out their first tracks….”
“Neo-psychedelic sub-gothic krautrock, cruel and mean in its dark art-house violence.”
“Let it serve as a platform for free form and thought, while enjoyment creeps in without warning.”
Continuing their run of dirtbomb-raw singles, EPs and collections, Whisky Stain have released Human Touch.
A gutterslung duo of smoke-smothered sand-blasted southern-stomp rock. A raw dirtbomb squalor of holler and grind. Gnawed gurning riffs, hymn crushing hooks, and a mean blast of bloody punch drums.
“There’s loose linked expressions of imagination, intrigue, excitement and glitch-filtered flow. This first single just hints at the expansive tracks that I hope he’ll release in good time.”
Music from UK, US and NL, to here now and onto your playlists…