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Los Seitans - Mayhem Sessions

Like their name itself, Los Seitans have a sound that's almost evil but ends up just having fun. They've got a trashy sound and a lot of horror themes, but keep finding their way back into something less dreary.

From: 08/23/2017 - 07:43


Off to a rocky start today when an outlet went out and left all the equipment without power. Fun once it got going though!

els a-phonics - el torcal (& friends)
The Guitar Ramblers - surf beat (happy, youthful, new sounds of...)
the exports - car hop (45)
the glaciers - holiday hill (from sea to ski)
link wray and the wraymen - Turnpike USA (jack the ripper)

From: 08/21/2017 - 20:01
Tags: playlist


 Los Ultraman - Paradigma Jurásico

On their third release I think Los Ultraman finally found their groove. Their last two releases showed moments of interesting ideas that never quite found their way into something that worked for me. The opening track "Non DNA Man" immediately shows off where they've gone: a pastiche of familiar surf riffs with wild saxophone riffs slowly getting wilder and more effect-driven, eventually spiraling into some Sun Ra spaciness before kicking right back into gear.

From: 08/20/2017 - 09:25


Not as meticulously planned as usual but I think it went pretty well!

Los Ultraman - Non DNA Man (paradigma jurásico)
The Lei Men - Scratchy (Beach Face EP)
husky and the sandmen - Moonwaves (45)
goggle-a - picasso Hall no 7 (dendeke rock combo)
Hattori Hanzo Surf Experience - yozora no hoshi (Meanwhile in Mallorca)

From: 08/14/2017 - 18:48
Tags: playlist


Surf Guitar 101 Convention

After a great first day, it was time for a full 12 hours of surf groups from all over the globe.

From: 08/09/2017 - 19:15


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