Introducing: Apache Dropout

Southern Indiana’s Apache Dropout play brash garage rock that’s clearly descended from White Light/White Heat-era VU, the 13th Floor Elevators, and the Nuggets box set.  The songs that make up their blistering self-titled debut are shot through with a primitive rock & roll swagger, hooks that also bring to mind present day garage warriors Ty Segall and The Black Lips, and some pretty warped excursions into fuzzed-out noise.  It’s easily one of the best straight-up garage rock records I’ve heard all year.  Download “I’m So Glad” and “Sam Phillips Rising” and check out the streaming album below.

MP3  ::  I’m So Glad

MP3  ::  Sam Phillips Rising

(from Apache Dropout. Buy here) 

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2 responses to “Introducing: Apache Dropout

  1. cj

    Seriously man. Your one of the best. Good shit.

  2. Thanks for the kind words CJ. Yeah, Apache Dropout is no joke.

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