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Prism Tats releasing 'Mamba,' shares "Daggers" video

LA-via-South Africa garage rocker Prism Tats releases his new album this March via ANTI-, produced by Chris Woodhouse, who's worked with Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, The Intelligence, and others. Continue reading…

Thee Oh Sees - Drowned Beast

Sounds like: Ty Segall, Damaged Bug, John Dwyer What's so good? This song is a trip, and a prime example of John Dwyer’s ability to write any type of music he wishes and make it work better than most ever could. "Drowned Beast" is slower and less of an uppercut than many of the songs comprising Thee Oh Sees’ 2017 album Orc. Show More Summary

Native Sun - I Don't Mind

Sounds like: Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, POND Song: Native Sun - I Don't Mind What's so good? Native Sun's new single, "I Don't Mind" takes a classic rock formula and marries it with a bit of grunge. The track is carefully curated to emit each instrument's role with purpose. Show More Summary

How Thee Oh Sees Became Cult Garage-Rock Icons

If anyone else tried to do what John Dwyer did with his band Thee Oh Sees, they’d probably be dead by now. The 43-year-old California garage-rock cult icon has released 20 albums as Thee Oh Sees, started bands like Damaged Bug and Coachwhips on the side, toured nonstop, and continues ... More »

Levitation 2018 lineup includes Panda Bear, Ty Segall, Ministry, Slowdive, Thee Oh Sees

Want a better reason to head to Austin in the spring besides the annual hustle-orgy that is SXSW? Created ten years ago by The Black Angels and friends, Levitation (originally “Austin Psych Fest”) returns to where it all started at the end of April. Show More Summary

Killer first phase line-up announced for annual psych extravaganza “Levitation:” The Black Angels, Panda Bear, Ty Segall, Ministry, Slowdive, Thee Oh Sees and many more

Want a better reason to head to Austin in the spring besides the annual hustle-orgy that is SXSW? Created ten years ago by The Black Angels and friends, Levitation (originally “Austin Psych Fest”) returns to where it all started at the end of April. Show More Summary

Bad Mannequins - Double Denim

Sounds like: Thee Oh Sees, The Sunflowers Song: Bad Mannequins - Double Denim What's so good? This band seem to really understand what's going on. Talks of Bitcoin and Trump seem inconsequential, because we would be nowhere if "your momma didn't rock that double denim." In fact, the existence of this universe as we know it is because of double denim. Show More Summary

Oh Sees – “Drowned Beast” Video

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

John Dwyer's frequently-name-changing project Oh Sees (or Thee Oh Sees, or OCS, or whatever) put out a new album called Orc a few months ago, and today the San Francisco band has shared a video for "Drowned Beast." It's a colorful, eye-popping clip created by Dr D Foothead. "I wrote this song mostly in the…

Oh Sees – “Nite Expo” Video

4 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Thee Oh Sees, or Oh Sees, or OCS, or whatever John Dwyer is calling his band these days, have a new album coming out next month. But today, they're looking back to this summer's LP Orc with a colorful animated video for "Nite Expo" from director Alex Theodoropulos. "Animation and role-playing games were a huge…

Italian psych-rock trio Bee Bee Sea prep new LP (listen to "D.I. Why Why Why")

Hailing from the small city of Castel Goffredo in Northern Italy, trio Bee Bee Sea have been cranking out spirited garage-psych for a few years now and have toured with Thee Oh Sees, Black Lips, Night Beats, and King Khan & the Shrines... Continue reading…

OCS – “The Fool”

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

California psych-rock institution OCS -- fka Oh Sees, fka Thee Oh Sees, fka the Oh Sees, fka the Ohsees, fka Orange County Sound, fka Orinoka Crash Suite -- are about to follow up this summer's Orc with another new album called Memory Of A Cut Off Head. Like the title track, "The Fool" features John…

Flat Worms (members of Dream Boys, Kevin Morby Band, Thee Oh Sees) announce self-titled debut on Castle Face

Screw having things like skeletons, body segments, specialized circulatory and respiratory organs, or even a goddamn body cavity. Flat Worms is a b-a-n-d BAND, and they're intent on proving that three dudes in 2017 without gimmick or pretension can still make some pretty exciting music using nothing but actual instruments. Show More Summary

Oh Sees announce new album Memory of a Cut Off Head as OCS, should really seek help for their deep-seated phobia of going three months without new music

John Dwyer’s ever-shifting jolly band of Bay Area garage rock mainstays, Oh Sees (fka Thee Oh Sees, The Oh Sees, The Ohsees, The Jay-Zs, The Puff Diddys, etc.), only just released their latest album — and their first with that shiny new moniker — titled Orc, like, literally four days ago. Show More Summary

Oh Sees Change Name Again, Announce Another New Album

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Thee Oh Sees dropped "Thee" from their name for their new album Orc, which just came out last week. Today they're already announcing another new album called Memory Of A Cut Off Head along with yet another name change. For this understated new collection, band leader John Dwyer is returning to OCS, the name that…

Stream Oh Sees Orc

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The John Dwyer-helmed psych rock band Oh Sees -- fka Thee Oh Sees -- have a new album out this Friday. It's called Orc and we've already been treated to singles "Static Gold" and "Animated Violence." The band debuted an early stream of Orc today via CBC Music -- listen here.

Native Sun - Palindrome

Sounds like: Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Song: Native Sun - Palindrome What's so good? Native Sun's single, "Palindrome" cuts to the chase right away. Full speed ahead, this track wastes no time getting down to the nitty gritty grunge. Show More Summary

Oh Sees – “Animated Violence”

7 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Last month, Thee Oh Sees, John Dwyer's Californian psychedelic garage-rock institution, announced that they'd be changing their name to just plain old Oh Sees. they also announced their impending album Orc and shared a new song called "The Static God." Today, they're letting us hear a second song from the album, and it's a wild-eyed…

Oh Sees expand tour, add second Brooklyn show (tix on sale)

Oh Sees, who you may recall have dropped the "Thee" from their name, are gearing up to release their 19th (!) album and will begin a tour in August... Continue reading…

Fanatics! The Heat Makes the Music Sound So Good

This Sunday on KCRW, Henry turns up the heat with music from Isaac Hayes, Thee Oh Sees, Pontiak and more.

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