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Sub Pop’s newest signing Rose Windows with their debut album ‘The Sun Dogs’, a record that’s steeped in the classic psychedelic rock sound of the ‘60s and ‘70s, with the warbling Hammond organ tones of The Doors and the distorted crunch of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin, ‘The Sun Dogs’ rocks in all the right places but has an eye open for a little country rock and folk like on ‘Heavenly Days’, the amped up guitars often give way to the soft whisper of flute on ‘Walkin’ With A Woman’ and bluesy piano like on ‘Wartime Lovers’.
Rose Windows started out with the bare bones demos created by guitarist vocalist Chris Cheveyo and eventually built up a collective with a few close friends, notably the gorgeous lead vocals of Rabia Shaheen Qazi and David Davilla’s Hammond organ noodling that seems to be a rich part of Rose Windows’ sound. Produced by Randall Dunn who has worked with the likes of Sunn O))) and Earth, ‘The Sun Dogs’ is a nice little debut from a collective of musicians on a spiritual journey and these hippies sure know how to rock.
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