Carl Toeski Drops A High Octane Rock EP
Carl Toeski just dropped a new EP that reaches into the depths of desert garage rock fused with alternative pop and almost everything in between.
The Absolute Nipples EP is an absolute banger and is packed with swagger, humor, and a killer attitude.
Songs like "Soup" hit that gritty rock sound with a vast sound and one hell of a drive. The track has some classic rock influences peeking rhough and has riff that's pretty unforgettable.
Others like "Monster Cruncher" feature bendy synths and a hard hitting bass line that become a groove that sounds like it was from the 70's.
All of ths tracks on the Absolute Nipples EP have something a little different to bring to the table which is part of why Toeski is so appealing and almost addictive even.
It's also the artists whole attitude which bares an aggressive undertone but keeps to a quirky hunor that breeds shome honesty and comes through as just plain fun.
You can get down to some of these, dance to some, bang your head with some, and crank them all up as loud as you can.
The record has some infectious vocals and winding guitar work and they all have that signature bass tone that cleeds through it all gracefully.
Punk rock has a hand to play here and that's evident in the energy alone on some of the songs like "Ooh Yeah" which brings to mind bands like Mclusky (one of our favorite bands of all time).
Pulse pounding, eye opening, jump up and down songs that hit like whiplash and with jus the right level of dirty to have you coming back for more each time.
"Hobo Pope" is an ultra fun synth based track that combines those deepening and raunchy synths with guitars and live drums that all just melt your face if you play it loud enough.
You can hear the love Toeski has for his craft and how he creates hsi music withouth boundaries.
The record never ceases to surprise both vocally and musically and even after you've heard halg the tracks on it, you're still not ready tof whats coming next. That's kind of a beautiful thing.
There is even a desert rock ballad on this EP and you really don't expect it but damn it's good.
All in all, the Absolute Nipples EP is something that's completely free. It has it's own atmosphere, it's own purpose, and it's own style that feel like a nice punch to the gut.
Dig into this one!
To give you a glimpse of the record, here is the video for "Soup"