thee oh sees
The tech world loves its disrupters, those whose ideas and products shake up the status quo. The music world has a much more troubled relationship with those who dare challenge convention. Acting out in public is disruptive and accepted. Flamboyance and egos can be accepted form of disruption, too. Can you say Kanye? Live hard and live fast, destroy your shit and destroy yourself and you'll be admired for your edge. But try to change the way people engage with music through philosophy? No, no, no, now you're being a conceited asshole.
Jam Packed Wednesday with Guided by Voices, Thee Oh Sees, Ex-Cult, Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires and Floor
And just the other night I sarcastically quipped on Facebook, "I should really listen to more Guided by Voices." Little did I know at the time, ...
This is Ex-Cult and this is rock 'n' roll, dirty and sweaty and unsexy, Rock 'N' Roll. It was birthed and perfected in the trenches of punk ...
Sure, John Dwyer and his San Francisco psych outfit, Thee Oh Sees, give the likes of Ty Segall and Robert Pollard solid competition in the ...
Rock o'clock came seven hours early to Chicago on Sunday. At 2:50, Thee Oh Sees were set for the Blue Stage. Back at the main grounds, Ty ...