Friday, 7 May 2010


Yesterday I was meant to see The Fresh & Onlys, who were playing with Deerhunter, for the first time. Thanks to the fact that some gig promoters think that putting the first band at 7.30 is normal, I missed it completely, and missed half of Deerhunter's set as well. So sad about it, I was really looking forward to it.
At least I managed to get to the merchandising table by the end and I got this one-sided 7" from Hell Yes! called Witchy Woman. The fact that's a one-sided and only one song record can put you out of the fact of getting it. It's not particularly cheap and still don't know why but Hell Yes! specializes doing this, which I quite don't understand. Specially with The Fresh & Onlys that have a new single out every couple of weeks and probably plenty of songs to put on them. Anyway, the song starts a bit like The Doors' When the Music's Over minus the annoying keyboard and it's probably the longest song they've ever done, reaching 5.11 minutes and also more psychedelic than the songs on their last EP for Captured Tracks, still my favourite stuff from them.

The Fresh & Onlys - Witchy Woman.mp3


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