It was in these dive bars across the USA that Ex-Cult truly found their sound. While some of the songs were played for audiences as early as January of 2013, it wasn’t until a West Coast tour in June that the blue print for Midnight Passenger really started to take form. Taking pieces of every tour back home with them, the band began to hone a sound that captured the desperation of the first record, while being careful to integrate

Ex-Cult Announce New Summer Dates With Zig Zags, "Midnight Passenger" LP Out Now On Goner Records, Ex-Cult play their next show June 21st in Brooklyn, NY

Ex-Cult Announce Summer Dates With Zig Zags

Ex-Cult’s Midnight Passenger is the result of a never ending obsession with the open road. It’s the sound of five people spending the last year in countless dive bars, disgusting motel rooms and on dozens of dirty floors. Since recording with Ty Segall,

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Ex-Cult Premiere Ty Segall Produced Record Store Day Single 'Ties You Up' "Midnight Passenger" LP Out April 29 On Goner Record, Tour starts in Memphis, TN

Ex-Cult Reveal Ty Segall Produced Single

Ex-Cult’s Record Store Day single was recorded in Los Angeles, California by Ty Segall at his home studio “the sweat lodge” in Glassell Park. “Ties You Up” is featured on the new Ex-Cult album Midnight Passenger,

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Ex-Cult Premiere 'Midnight Passenger' "Midnight Passenger" LP Out April 29th On Goner Record Available On Limited Run Color Vinyl. Ex-Cult

Ex-Cult Premiere Single ‘Midnight Passenger’

Ex-Cult’s Midnight Passenger is the result of a never ending obsession with the open road. It’s the sound of five people spending the last year in countless dive bars, disgusting motel rooms and on dozens of dirty floors. Since recording with Ty Segall,

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Ex-Cult Announce "Midnight Passenger" LP Out April 15th On Goner Records. The album Recorded by Doug Easley in January of 2014. Ex-Cult play SXSW 2014.

Ex-Cult Announce “Midnight Passenger” LP

Ex-Cult’s Midnight Passenger is the result of a never ending obsession with the open road. It’s the sound of five people spending the last year in countless dive bars, disgusting motel rooms and on dozens of dirty floors. Since recording with Ty Segall,

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