White Hills

August 21, 2011 § 1 Comment

White Hills, from Brooklyn, are one of my favorite bands. They are heavy psychedelic with a garage rock sound and lots of distortion fuzz and climbing riffs. The first track I heard was three quarters, whose vocals tell us that he don’t care, she don’t care, no one cares. Then I heard Be Yourself, a metal space rock winner, on a split with Acid Mothers Temple. Their split with Gnod is worth hearing too. They have several full albums out, I’ve mostly heard the self titled and Hp-1. Do yourself a favor and listen to Hp-1, and then do it again. This 17 min song kicks the shit out of most psych/space rock I’ve heard in awhile. It’s so groove ridden and smart, a total protest anthem. I want to see them play live!


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