The US indie-rock quartet The Yetis first featured about a year ago.
Word arrives of an EP in the wings. From the release, a track that surfaced a few hours ago – Where You Goin’.
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The psychedelic-garage band – The Yetis, from the USA, release the three track single Lonely Tandem Ride on the 31st.
The closing number Mysterion, finds The Yetis combining retro-rock and psychedelic shoe-gaze with garage fuzziness to deliver a track that the mind can laze around with, in wraps of warming towels.
Since being first introduced back in May of last year, The Yetis have honed their craft further and Mysterion explores a more considered level of composition which affords the quartet a higher platform from which to gain traction as they deliver a piece with variety of texture and despite only being just over two and a half minutes long, gives the audience a sense of suspended time.
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Every day as I fire up the computer to review music submissions – I am reminded of the founding co-partner of – the Indie Bands Blog started back in 2009 – who will for ever be – 39. Love and thanks as always to Julie Norbury.
The New Year Ninety Chart 2015 – seventy to sixty-one.
70. Buzz Kull (Australia)
Dreams – Single – Buzz Kull is available on iTunes.*
69. Affairs (England)
68. Morning Fuzz (USA)
Chasing Ghosts – Morning Fuzz is available on iTunes.*
67. Bayonet (England)
My View – EP – Bayonet is available on iTunes.*
66. The Yetis (USA)
65. The Rungs (USA)
64. Pipsqueak (USA)
63. Nice Power (France)
62. Clay Dudash (USA)
Keep You Company – EP – Clay Dudash is available on iTunes.*
61. The Vex (England)
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The US band – The Yetis release a double A side single on the 30th.
One of the tracks is Little Surfer Girl.
The release is available on bandcamp.
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The Yetis is the garage rock quartet of Christian Luengen (lead guitar / Vocals), Nick Gillespie (Rhythm Guitar / Vocals), Stefan Luengen (Bass) and Collins Horbowyj (Drums) from Allentown in The USA.
I had to check my geography on listening to The Yetis and I was pleased to see that I hadn’t lost the plot and Pennsylvania really is where I thought it was – a land locked North Eastern State of The USA, not balmy California beaches of the South West. By that you will know there is a summery cheerfulness to the out-put.
I personally enjoy surfy garage rock for many reasons, not least being the extended drawing out of vowels which is typical of the genre and The Yetis are deft exponents, which gives the music an immediate sense of calm fluidity. Although having been around a while with an extensive back-catalogue of music that isn’t all beaches and sunshine, the members are still students and bereft of funding, so releases are scarce. There are a few tracks they have recorded themselves to take a listen to, however, I do hope that when there are a few more pennies in the pockets they don’t move away from the current recorded sound that has such warmth to it because of its very low production cost.
I look forward to hearing much more of The Yetis and wish them every success in the topsy turvy world of being musicians.
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