Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Thee Oh Sees and Castlemania: songs about bad things wrapped packed summer

Oh, Thee Oh Sees, one of the best bands today. That's how sharp and so clear: the psychedelic caveman makes it clear again that sometimes just look at the increasingly distant past to rediscover the reasons for this, the truth beyond fashion. Thee Oh Sees Castlemania edited right now and not difficult to think of them playing on stage while one of them plays the NES.

Retro, basic, primitive also has become the world of video games in the shelter anti-Triple A's, anti-mainstream and, at times, for people too fundamentalist. Castlemania sure no influence to the music soundtrack for Castlevania (Spotify) for gaming, but, well, hopefully within 25 years continue to be the relief you are today.

'I Need Seed' again has the hook vacilón of so many songs from the Oh Sees and makes you want to have them back again, as in the past Primavera Sound 2010, delivered to your rock'n'roll played in less than 3 meters. They say that the songs of this album are "songs about bad things packaged in a hard summer on how life and its little pleasures numb you as you age." That for a promotional phrase is far more consistent, "our best record since our best album (which was also the last)."

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