Saturday, 9 May 2009


Thee Oh Sees is not a new band, actually they have many albums and EPs released but it's not been since last year's The Masters Bedroom Is Worth Spending A Night In that they've had a bit of international success. Over the years and the records they have had some transformations: while at the beginning it was a scape for John Dwyer to create instrumental and experimental tunes, they have developed into a more traditional band influenced by 60s garage bands like The Sonics, surf, punk and twee indie noise bands to create catchy songs to sing and dance. And this is definitely their year with the recent publication of Help, their best album to date, and many EPs and singles on the way. It's already a cult band with many crazy fans paying huge amounts of money on Ebay for old, deleted and limited hard to find stuff which only means they are a step further to reach a wider public.

Thee Oh Sees - Carol Ann.mp3

Thee Oh Sees - Ruby go Home.mp3


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