A Weird Exits

by Thee Oh Sees

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v i r g o v a n d a l Obviously the last rockstar we’ll all be watching documentaries about when we’re old (if the world doesn’t burn to the ground first anyway) One of the few things I look forward to seeing as I age. I’ve seen them live in Colorado 4 times now & once in San Francisco. If you know you know. Wasn’t at all surprised to find out they played Red Rocks. Favorite track: Ticklish Warrior.
Hi, I’m Liese
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Hi, I’m Liese hey this is a fun listen
I share your music with my coworkers

loud fast and fun
wheeeeee Favorite track: Crawl Out From The Fall Out.
Sean MacNintch
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Sean MacNintch gelatinous cube is also my favorite track.....crushing fury. amazing to see live. this album is solid front to back. perhaps my favorite record since mutilator defeated at last. Favorite track: Jammed Entrance.
Chris Jacob
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Chris Jacob This one's really proggy and shows traces of electronica - more in-your-face eccentricity and less rock n' roll than other Oh Sees albums. Favorite track: Gelatinous Cube.
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The Axis 06:11

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Emerging from the distant light we have a new double LP from our own John Dwyer's Thee Oh Sees. The first studio recordings to capture the muscular rhythm section of double drummers Ryan Moutinho and Dan Rincon with ringer bassist Tim Hellman cracking spines, the groove and bludgeon we've come to expect from the live shows is captured seamlessly here - they go from zero to head-splitter from the get-go and on the rare occasions they do let up on the gas a bit, we're treated to some locked-in hypnotizers, too. The guitar sounds more colossal and ethereal at the same time, riding roughshod over the vacuum sealed rhythm section, spiraling skywards, and diving into the emerald depths so quick your guts tingle. Synths, strings and smoke soaked things crawl behind the scenes to make an extra far-out party platter.


Available on physical formats here [^._.^]ノ彡
www.castlefacerecords.com/products/thee-oh-sees-a-weird-exits

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released August 12, 2016

JOHN DWYER : GUITAR , VOCALS, MELLOTRON, SYNTHS, MOISTURIZER, FLUTE & PERCUSSION

TIM HECUBUS HELLMAN: BASS

DAN RINCON : DRUMS

RYAN MOUTINHO: DRUMS

RINGER PLAYERS

BRIGID DAWSON: VOCALS

CHRIS WOODHOUSE: DRUMS, ORGAN, GUITAR, PERCUSION
*organ line graciously lifted from doug catelis’s “solo organ” album, which we found out he, in turn lifted from jimi hendrix’s “axis as bold as love”...so thanks you doug, and forever, thank you to jimi hendrix

GREER McGETTRICK : CELLO

DOG BUDDY: MORALE AND FACE LICKS

RECORDED AND MIXED AT THE DOCK IN SACRAMENTO BY CHRIS WOODHOUSE

THANKS VERY MUCH TO YOU

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Osees Los Angeles, California

Psych-punk psychic warrior, ear worm-farmer, and possessor of many stamped passport pages John Dwyer does not let up. His group Oh Sees (aka Thee Oh Sees, OCS, The Oh Sees, etc) have transmogrified to fit many a moment - from hushed druggy folk to groovy demonic pop chants to science fictional krautrock expanse and beyond - to suit his omnivorous whims. ... more

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