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Among the newest generation of bands in the tradition of West Coast psychedelia, Triptides have blossomed into the role of elegant adventurers. Led by guitarist, keyboardist and singer Glenn Brigman, with drummer Brendan Peleo-Lazar and bassist/guitarist Stephen Burns, the trio is continually discovering their sound through a complex map of familiar influences and bold choices in tonality, structure and texture. On their new EP So Many Days, Triptides rolls and flows into some new territory in a way that feels natural. The group has exchanged fuzz guitars for chiming acoustics, phaser pedals for pedal steels and Farfisa for harmonica. This new 4-song 12" (containing 3 non-LP studio recordings) gives us a taste of those new Los Angeles canyon vibes. Their first for Curation Records.
Among the newest generation of bands in the tradition of West Coast psychedelia, Triptides have blossomed into the role of elegant adventurers. Led by guitarist, keyboardist and singer Glenn Brigman, with drummer Brendan Peleo-Lazar and bassist/guitarist Stephen Burns, the trio is continually discovering their sound through a complex map of familiar influences and bold choices in tonality, structure and texture. On their new EP So Many Days, Triptides rolls and flows into some new territory in a way that feels natural. The group has exchanged fuzz guitars for chiming acoustics, phaser pedals for pedal steels and Farfisa for harmonica. This new 4-song 12" (containing 3 non-LP studio recordings) gives us a taste of those new Los Angeles canyon vibes. Their first for Curation Records.
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Among the newest generation of bands in the tradition of West Coast psychedelia, Triptides have blossomed into the role of elegant adventurers. Led by guitarist, keyboardist and singer Glenn Brigman, with drummer Brendan Peleo-Lazar and bassist/guitarist Stephen Burns, the trio is continually discovering their sound through a complex map of familiar influences and bold choices in tonality, structure and texture. On their new EP So Many Days, Triptides rolls and flows into some new territory in a way that feels natural. The group has exchanged fuzz guitars for chiming acoustics, phaser pedals for pedal steels and Farfisa for harmonica. This new 4-song 12" (containing 3 non-LP studio recordings) gives us a taste of those new Los Angeles canyon vibes. Their first for Curation Records.
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