Interstate Stash Express takes the power trio places you’d never imagine. The space-age fire of the Jimmy Hendrix Experience ignites the roots rock sound of bands like Uncle Tupelo. Audacious drumming from McKee, propulsive bass lines from Smith, and the searing guitar licks of Kishiyama create deep grooves and incendiary improvisations.
The buzz around the trio has been building in the Rocky Mountain region for five years, as their raucous performances have earned a loyal following. In 2007 they released their self-titled album, followed soon after by the EP Stick 2008. Now they’ve joined forces with famed sound engineer Geoff Gray for their second LP, scheduled to release later this year.
Like the buzz, their sound is expanding by the day. You could call describe Interstate Stash Express as psychedelic Americana. Or you could just say they rock.