Gummy Bear

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Gummy Bear is an iconoclastic attack on prohibition, a celebration of the mind unleashed. Hooked into the zeitgeist, screaming guitars, psychedelic sitar, and sotto voce harmonies are layered with sick licks that animate this highly infused track. There is no better way to kick off the end of a pandemic and usher in the roaring twenties 2.1 than with the complexity and color of a tune so intense that it’s practically edible.

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Gummy Bear takes its cues from all sepia-tinged and Led Zeppelin wielding noisy riffs and cries for momma. It is great to hear a band wield a potent brand of this forgotten land”

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75

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A rollicking stream of consciousness dance song that unfolds during the summer of 1975. In between the release of Jaws and the nerf football, we find a love letter neatly folded and tucked inside a back issue of Creem magazine. For all the Catholic school girls who smoked weed behind church, this one goes hard with carnival lights.

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The song “75” is an uptempo and gritty reflection upon life, back in the year of 1975. And seems to harken back to a time when things were simpler, and life, just a little bit funkier, and fuzzier.” - Santa Rosa Records

Santa Rosa Records Review "75"

Make Me Wanna

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"Make Me Wanna" riffs on a song by a 60's garage band called The Prophets (check out their single "Yes I Know" on Pebbles Comp Vol. 010). However the similarity ends there, as the song veers from VU swing into a Who-based tangent and back again.

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This rollicking adventure is draped with infectious exuberance, inherent sassiness and layers of scuzz – not too far away from Jonathan Richman / The Modern Lovers – what’s not to like? ” - Barry Gruff

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It certainly captures the enthusiasm of the era and features some of the best traits of bands like the Velvet Underground, or the early Creation label bands.”

Alt77 Alternative Music Blog

Ninety seconds in, we get a brief respite from the relentless rocking, followed by a guitar solo. Then Nock comes a-knockin’ once again on her electric sitar, trading phrases with the guitar.” - HMag

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