August 11, 2016

Any good, proper rock-n-roll band can be viewed as some sort of gang.

California's Death Valley Girls have adopted the creedo “Everybody’s gotta be in a gang” from the 1973 trashploitation classic Switchblade Sisters as a way of life.

Combining a cocktail of psychedelic sludge and surf drenched post-punk into a buzz of delight that sounds right at home at a beach party, a very late evening in a musty basement or a beer soaked afternoon in a humid garage their new album, Glow In The Dark, may not help cool down these dog days of August but will get your stereo speakers sweating.

What are you listening to tonight?

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