Stoner rock stalwarts Mothership have returned with a new album, “High Strangeness”, released on March 17, 2017, and it’s a sweet ride. Starting slow and easy with the title track before picking up speed with rumbling tracks like Midnight Express and Crown of Lies, High Strangeness is a great addition to the genre, full of what bassist-vocalist Kyle Juett calls “supersonic intergalactic heavy rock and roll”.
The Texas trio is currently on the road with Black Pussy. Catch them if you can.
High Strangeness is available to stream or buy from Ripple Music on Bandcamp here.
It’s over, it’s done, it’s out, it’s available, it’s the hard rocking follow-up to She Likes Black, the long-awaited Red Days EP! Groovy, heavy, fuzzy, and yet with a very tender underbelly, Red Days is a 6 track EP that rounds out an era of Mojo’s Army music and ushers in the next one. Stream or buy it now at Bandcamp in any digital format your heart desires!
Lost in the Fog
Nothing to Say
“Subtle, powerful and hard-hitting all at the same time!” – Broadcast Asylum
My favorite feminist fuzz punk duo Deap Vally is back with their sizzling sophomore album “Femejism”, just released on Nevado Music. There’s a little less bravado and a little more confidence in the music this time around, like they have less to prove and more to say. It’s a solid, mature album from a group on the rise.
Check out songs like “Royal Jelly”, “Gonnawanna”, and maybe my favorite song on the album, “Smile More”, which is the epitome of the newfound maturity and unsubtle message of this killer duo. Cheers Lindsey and new mother Julie!
Pick up Femejism now at all the typical locations!