Monday, July 21, 2008

kay kay and his weathered underground: kay kay and his weathered underground

It is pretty much impossible to categorize Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground’s S/T album into one genre. The band’s debut features a fantastically rich mixture of styles and sounds. Consequently, this celebration of such heavily textured music gives it a carnivalesque feel. If I have to compare, I guess Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground sounds feels like Portugal. The Man and "Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!"... or dare I say Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. This is one of the most ambitious and brilliant debut I have heard in a long time and anyone who loves music should give Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground a try!

Hey Momma' [wicked-cool song]
Simon Courage Flees The Coop [wicked-cool song]
Bowie The Desert Pea [wicked-cool song]
All Alone
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visit Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground's MySpace here
buy Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground here (it is only available on vinyl and digitally at the moment)

1 comment:

Mitchell said...

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