The newly shorn Oh Sees waste no time in racing headlong into nightmarish battle with the mighty ORC, and wouldn’t ya know it, they’ve clawed even farther up the ghastly peak last year’s A Weird Exits stormed so satisfyingly. The band is in tour-greased, anvil on a balance beam, gut-pleasingly heavy form, nimbly braining with equal dashes of abandon and menace on this fresh batch of bruisers and brooders, hypnotically stirred into to the cauldron of chaos you’ve come to expect from, ahem, Oh Sees. Fresh blood Paul Quattrone joins Dan Rincon to form a phalanx of interlocking double drums, alternately propelling and fleet footing shifting ground to pinion Dwyer’s cliff-face guitars to the boogie.
MOJO celebrates the 50th Birthday of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – rebooted in 2017 with a thrilling new stereo mix. On this Cd you can find 15 cracking tracks from the Beatles’ psychedelic offspring. Including Ty Segall, Apples In Stereo, Pond, Thee Oh Sees and The Moonlandingz.
Damaged Bug is a solo project by John Dwyer of Thee Oh Sees where he explores electronic sounds and noises that are not commonly heard from his other bands. Bunker Funk will be the third album he's written and he has already released his first single off it called "Bog Dash".
How muted was the reaction to Beady Eye's 2011 debut Different Gear, Still Speeding? It was so underwhelming – and so clearly overshadowed by rival Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds later in 2011 – that even Liam Gallagher, that torchbearer of everything that's real in rock & roll, agreed it was time for a new set of threads, so he and the rest of the gang turned to somebody unexpected: renowned indie-art rocker Dave Sitek, a member of TV on the Radio and producer of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Foals, Thee Oh Sees, Liars…