Strange Parts Share ‘Caboose’. Galactic Black-Hole, With Fabric Bending Amplitude.

Strange Parts (Attia Taylor & Corey Duncan) are really, really good. You want bedroom haze rock? You got it. You want psyche-rock like glorious taste making? You got it. And you want that fresh acumen of singular personal experiences, just like that sashimi sliced to perfection? You got it.

That’s what you get with ‘Caboose’.

The repetition in the licks, are wholly sticky and heavy with a galactic black-hole, with fabric bending amplitude.

The duo recently debuted with their LP ‘Oh God, What a Beautiful Time I Spent in the Wild’ which was produced by Jeff Zeigler (War on Drugs/Kurt Vile). And the glorious psyche-pop innuendos of ups and downs and everything in between, is worth the admissions charge.

Attia’s vocals are unique to the fray, and it ‘kills’ it with both barrels blazing, as within a passive-aggressive finger waving teaching moment.

By moment.

By moment.

Good stuff.

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