Modern Whigs - Psychic Peach Flow Dwelling FLAC album
Title: Psychic Peach Flow Dwelling
Style: New Wave
FLAC version ZIP size: 1100 mb
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The Whigs are an American garage rock band from Athens, Georgia, consisting of lead singer and guitarist Parker Gispert, drummer Julian Dorio and bassist Timothy Deaux. Formed in Athens, Georgia in 2002, The Whigs have released five studio albums and have toured the world with acts such as Kings of Leon, The Black Keys, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Drive By Truckers, Hold Steady, Band of Skulls, Dead Confederate, and Wax Fang
The singles "Debonair" (a Modern Rock Top 20 hit) and "Gentlemen" received regular airplay on MTV and college radio; another album track, "Fountain and Fairfax," also appeared on the television series My So-Called Life in 1994. The lead vocals on "My Curse" were sung not by Dulli, but by singer Marcy Mays of Scrawl – allegedly because the lyrics documenting the violent. Eventually work began on Afghan Whigs' fifth full-length album, which would be called Black Love upon its release in 1996.
Flow is defined here as a state when you're "so involved in activity that nothing else matters", no surprises, but it is presented in a greater context, as a way to achieve happiness. We're told that "psychic entropy" (or lack of control over conciseness, or simply random thoughts), is the thing that prevents happiness. Flow, on the other hand, is "optimal experience", the reverse of psychic entropy. Actually, this scale from psychic entropy to flow is the measure of happiness.
Modern Creation" will be released on New West Records.
The album invites you to explore different dimensions with a touch of grunge, a little grime, and lots of spacey, psychedelic mind-melting sounds. Of those, Sketches of Brunswick East stands out for its jazzy space themes. The vocals are light and airy, and whispered harmonies flow into each other, creating a musical journey that grabs the listener and pulls them swiftly along a river of psychedelic tunes. If there’s one album from the King Gizzard collection to give a listen, Sketches of Brunswick East is it. Harsh Toke by Earthless. Courtesy of Earthless).
EXCLUSIVE: Listen to the New Whigs' Album 'Modern Creation'. Plus: How they plotted and planned for the studio marathon that became the new record. A night out with The Whigs concludes with a feeling not unlike the one that lingers after a deep tissue massage, though prodding hands or some random dude getting too friendly in the front row don't factor into the equation. This time around, Parker Gispert, Tim Deux and Julian Dorio took a different route with Modern Creation. They wrote and perfected the album's ten tracks during sound checks on the road and the same deafening blows coursed through the veins of the new songs, just as we'd expect, but they basically locked themselves in a studio with producer Jim Scott, who's worked on releases from Tom Petty and Wilco, before an audience could hear them.
The skull on the album cover - all blacks and blues, looking like it should be illuminated via black light - is a dead giveaway that the Whigs have shaken off the effervescence that characterized 2012's Enjoy the Company for 2014's Modern Creation. They've returned to loud guitars, but the touchstone isn't '90s alt rock, it's a fuzz-rich re-creation of the '70s - a hazy, pot-soaked acid rock that suits that cheekily foreboding album artwork. The Whigs aren't Wolfmother, so they don't play it straight - they dip into disco for "Hit Me".
If you had told me this came out on Sub Pop in the early ’90s I wouldn’t have questioned it and assumed The Whigs were friendly with Mudhoney or Seaweed. Their grungy alt-rock is quite on par with that era and location, it’s hard not to imagine fans of even Nirvana embracing this. On the other hand, the ’70s psyche-rock and power-pop moments certainly keep these guys from being too transparent, as some classic rock ideas work their way in as well.
|A1||Jazzers Vs Rockers|
|A2||A Dog Knows|
|A3||At The Station|
|A5||Party For Jesus|
|B5||Enter The Fire|
NotesProduced by Modern Whigs. No musicians credits on cassette or jacket. For an Audio-Video catalog write to:
Hear Say Records
P.O. Box 530448
Grand Praire Tx 75053
This address is written on the jacket. Probably obsolete since cassette is from 1987.