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the Hypnotist Collectors / Press

“The Hypnotists Collectors create a punchy mix of country, and psychedelic blues that make “Ohio”, as well as Worn Out Factory, an album that keeps the listener guessing. With one spin, clear influences start to emerge from the likes of Dylan, the Rolling Stones, and Gram Parsons. While encompassing such a wide array of musical styles without stepping too far over the line, The Hypnotist Collectors have released a 10 song album filled with all the highs and lows we experience in every day life. A group of songs that is so relatable, it’s impossible to turn away.”

“If The Black Keys had two more keys, they might just form The Hypnotist Collectors. Wednesday night's torrential storm couldn't keep the shortest skirts and grizzliest beards from heading down to the Make Out Room. The Hypnotist Collectors crammed the house. The four handsome men -- wielding mighty fine-looking instruments, enough facial hair to weave a tapestry, and amulets around their necks -- had the Make Out on the look out. Hailing from the East Bay, the 60's inspired Americana blues-rock band put together a sound seemingly inspired by Creedence Clear Revival and The Black Crowes. The band's simple harmonious chords seemed as familiar and comforting as that third pour of whiskey. Songs such as "Lights Gone Out" and a cover of the Box Tops' "The Letter" probably got a few people laid. You might even get at the band's album release Thursday, June 2 at Café du Nord.”