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After the fall of Ohio's psychedelic funk band Brain, front man Charlie 6er and guitarist Zak Keith immediately began to recruit for the Intangibles project. After creating and collaborating on many Charlie 6er produced albums, drummer/rapper K. J. Herring was an obvious first choice for the band. The three members auditioned their final member American Exile's ex-member, bassist Johnny Haubdog. Coming from a large history of punk rock, Haubdog brought a unique element to The Intangibles, who strived to be nothing short of unpredictable. After the band's completion they now write and perform a wide range of musical styling. With the intensity of Charlie 6er's experimental, dark epic writing and composition, mixed with the trash folk and weirdo garage diatribes of Zak Keith, all backed by the "never know what you're going to get" style of K. J.Herring and the sleepy-headed punk rhythms of Johnny Haubdog...
The Intangibles are untouchable, though intensely felt.
The band released their first full-length album (Self-Titled) in 2014 that was described by William Trehaus of Seedy Magazine as "a thoroughly cohesive record that takes the listener into uncharted auditory areas...Metal mingles with hip-hop, indie pop envelopes experimental, lo-fi fights with psychedelia tangled up in noise." The album has been compared to such contradicting artists as Death from Above to Chuck Berry to Pink Floyd, which truly reveals the bands large range of appeal. With softer tracks such as Insurance Fraud and Swisher Sweets, the album also reveals "a string of interesting, though-provoking songs with structures that challenge the listener." With a very spaced out vocal delivery, that is even at times simultaneously desperate and joyous mixed with such swinging experiments in genre, The Intangibles first LP is strangely contemporary.