Dead Feathers, Sacri Monti, Ocelot, Desert Suns

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Dead Feathers - Ascend yourself into the blanketing incense smoke and celestial grooves that is Dead Feathers. Like the Night sky, this band is noting below a breath of fresh air. With melodic female Vocals and the Fuzz driven riffs you might as well be seeing the fortune teller herself when you see this band live. Dead Feathers has shared the stage with countless Chicago bands and touring bands from all over North America alike. Signed to the UK based label, HeviSike Records, and has released their much anticipated 10" Vinyl EP that is out now!

SACRI MONTI - "SACRI MONTI have signed to NYC's Tee Pee Records. The five-piece will drop its self-titled debut on July 24. Boasting a sound best described as "a mix of early 70's underground hard rock, with psychedelic and krautrock elements", SACRI MONTI joins a blooming Tee Pee roster that includes fellow San Diego associates Harsh Toke, Joy and the genre's founding fathers, Earthless."
- Tee Pee Records
"Sacri Monti, one of the most sincere and down-right twisted 70’s garage-psych outfits I’ve heard in longer than I can remember...a heavy helping of blues dowsed balls-to-the-wall psychedelic rock ‘n’ roll"

Ocelot - Ocelot has established a psychedelic blues rock sound, oscillating (oceloting) between heavy riffs, long instrumental breaks, and deep, melancholic vocals. Prominent influences include Jefferson Airplane, Led Zeppelin, The Black Keys, Jimi Hendrix, and Tame Impala.

Desert Suns - There's a new sheriff in town by the name of Desert Suns. It seems that bands today are having to do more and more to stand out and these fellas have done just that. Where stoner rock, doom, sludge, psychedelic and blues all overlap you get Desert Suns. A San Diego band formed in 2013 by four hefty dudes with enough hair to challenge Cousin Itt to a test of anonymity. Soon after forming they released their single "Burning Temples" January of 2014 which helped them to acquire a great fan base and got them some great reviews. "Some of the doomiest riffs that would make one Mr. Iommi a very happy and proud person" says Bill Goodman in his review of the Desert Suns single Burning Temples. Their debut, self-titled album was released later that year on August 16th 2014 and reassured fans that they were no one hit wonder and also got them enough attention to book gigs all around the city. This attention is much deserved as the band has a genuine fluidity and a fresh take on how we hear rock. Although, the band has the ability to rip out some heavy material that would even get Grandma headbanging, they know how to seduce through gritty americana thanks to well-placed harmonica and purring vocals. From beginning to end, Desert Suns has compelling hooks, an addictive atmospheric energy and heavy, pulsating beats that get blood boiling with obstreperous energy.
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