It must be the season or something, because it seems May is a great time for psych rock debut album enthusiasts. From San Francisco we present to you Glitter Wizard’s debut Solar Hits, reissued on pretty pink 150 gram vinyl. These intense riffs won’t listen to themselves, and there’s only 200 copies for Europe - best be quick about it!
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- HBSP 2X 081 / CF59 / Pink coloured vinyl repress LP + insert on Cardinal Fuzz / Captcha. Edition of 500 copies
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Cast your mind back to 2011. A thing is happening; a second thing is in the news; a person did a thing. Ah, 2011! So memorable. Perhaps but probably not most memorable of all was Glitter Wizard’s deliverance of hard psych in the form of ‘Solar Hits’, a parody metal record as jaunted as a speed-bump and as medieval as a lazer-quest reenactment of 1066.
Glitter Wizard offer welcome relief to those who find stoner rock a little stuffy, or perhaps way too slow: their preference is for brevity, hitting on the same raw-production values but with a higher rate of tempo and a love for squeezing out solos. If you’re playing in a self-serious doom band, you might find their sound to be enviously cheesy: keyboards whirr about the place as if cajoling the low-end out of bed. The vocals sound like how I imagine every gruff loser man on Game of Thrones to sound.
Ever wanted a stoner band to cover “I’m A Believer”? The majorly wacky, oddly ‘60s pop inspired hard rock of “I Don’t Like You” is a good start. “Snow Crash” calmly shreds its way through a theme tune opportunity, and “Mirror Man” gets wah wah with its solos before breaking it all down for a flute solo. They’ve got a tenorist too! I’m pretty sure they’re fucking with us, guys. I’m pretty sure.
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