Thee Oh Sees Premiere ‘Putrifiers II’ LP Out Now On In The Red Records

Scott Walker, the Velvet Underground, The Zombies and the experimental Japanese act Les Rallizes Denudes are but a small taste of what informed Thee Oh Sees this time around, as Dwyer returned to the multi-instrumental ways of Castlemania—full band sessions for another record are already underway—and rounded out a fuller, drier sound with drummer/engineer Chris Woodhouse and such special guests as Mikal Cronin (sax), Heidi Maureen Alexander (trumpet, vocals) and K Dylan Edrich

Which leaves one question: are The Oh Sees going to bring it down a notch live now as well?

“I will still strike an audience in the brain,” Dwyer assures us all, although he admits, “Maybe every now and then it would be okay if we relaxed a little.”

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