Victims Of The New Math Drop A Classic Fuzz Rock Record
Victims of The New Math go back to their garage rock roots with a new EP that breeds a lively and classic rock influenced lo-fi undertoned straight rock record with loads of fun.
The Groovy Tunes EP is a blast from start to finish and features a unique vocal swagger that comes through loose and whimsical at times but always has tons of energy and creates some catchy hooks throughout the record's course.
The songs are brimming with fuzzy guitars and a live performance approach that builds a damn good time.
The release touches on 90's bands and gives a bit of a Ween feel with this all out soiree style of rock that comes with some great riffs and phase and echo effected vocals with lyrics that are straight 70's to go along with the music.
The EP is groovy indeed and sounds like this was purely for fun and because of this the songs have this great freedom to them and are completely danceable.
These sound like a poolside band in the mid 70's in Hollywood. Drugs and women everywhere. It;s quite a far cry from their last release but has plenty of surprises you don't expect.
Some great acoustic tracks and songs that bring that nostalgic feel with them.
The best things about this EP is its absolute genuine songwriting and soundscape it has.
Crossing that 780's and 90's sounds of classic rock and a grungy, freaky alt rock sound really works perfectly and the attitude and guitar work is all spot on.
This was total fun and comes and goes like whiplash. You have to listen to this one a few times to really soak it in.
This one was done just to do it and that aspect is clear as the music is so good and with such a nailed aesthetic it's amazing.
Take a nose dive into Groovy Tunes and have some rock fun!