Electric Citizen 7" Release with Sisters Of Your Sunshine Vapor http://electriccitizenband.bandcamp.com/http://themainstreetgospel.tumblr.com/ Witchy 70s metal from Cincinnati, Ohio described as a hauntingly beautiful combination of West Coast psych and dark, medieval folk.Releasing two 7 vinyl demos with the Los Angeles based label The Crossing this summer and fall. The same songs will then be released on tape with their Netherlands sister label, Breathe Plastic. Electric Citizens first full length album will be ready later this year.
A HAPPY DEATH - www.myhappydeath.com www.reverbnation.com/ahappydeath www.facebook.com/ahappydeath "[A Happy Death] are providing a happy, vicious counterpoint to the status quo of the Portland psychedelic scene that's been languishing in the wake of the Dandy Warhols for the past decade. Instead of coyly mumbling beneath endless piles of overdubbed guitars, A Happy Death isn't afraid to draw blood.” Ned Lannamann - Portland Mercury THE AUTONOMICS - www.theautonomics.com www.reverbnation.com/theautonomics www.facebook.com/pages/The-Autonomics/115577908462069 "They’re sort of an amalgam that rocks harder than most, but in a way that’s charmingly raw and disarmingly catchy. Think Modest Mouse dancing to Kings of Leon songs on Led Zeppelin’s grave, and call it controlled chaos. The guys don’t mind; they’re trying to walk the fine line between keeping the chaos, but also improving their chops." Ben Salmon - GO! Magazine
Sounds Like: Neil Young, The Black Keys, Thin Lizzy, Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan
Label: Tee Pee Records
Bio: The Main Street Gospel is a Columbus, Ohio based band who mix psych-infused classic rock with dusty country vibes and dirt-stained blues. The band was born in 2005, when Barry Dean–former tambourine shaker for the Brian Jonestown Massacre–began writing songs with longtime friend Ryan Ida. Togethe...See Full Bio
“Main Street Gospel is the type of mystic trip-rock band that makes live music worth living. Even the most devout of electro-heads will fiend to take a place with the good ol' boys under big sky country with a dose of sunshine. The Columbus, Ohio trio of Barry Dean (vocals, guitar), Tito (bass), and Adam Scoppa (drums) are enjoying the year of the Gospel. In a swoop of psychedelic, exponential growth, they've caught the ear of Dan Auerbach of the blues-rock Illuminati, the Black Keys, signed with Tee Pee Records and are ready to hit the road for their first tour.”