Latest updates about “Osees”

Pitchfork announces Thee Oh Sees’ new lineup

Those who enjoy thrashing around to Thee Oh Sees live, take note: frontman John Dwyer has an entirely new touring band, as BrooklynVegan reports. The touring group is now a trio, including drummer Nick Murray and bassist Timothy Hellman.

Spin reviews Thee Oh Sees’ Drop

You don’t have to be a psychedelic guitar freak to want to check in once in a while with someone as prolific as John Dwyer, who coaxes truly electric-toothbrush-esque frequencies out of his guitar on Thee Oh Sees’ 13th album’s opener…

Vancouver Weekly reviews Thee Oh Sees’ Drop
Vancouver Weekly

Drop opens with some robotic triads, sliding riff-heavy and hard into “Penetrating Eye”. John Dwyer tackles six instruments on the album, including synthesizer, percussion, and the Mellotron – it’s one of his jack-of-all-trades albums…

Paste reviews Thee Oh Sees’ Drop

Drop continues an impressive 10-year streak during which Thee Oh Sees—under various names and spellings—have put out at least one album every year…Drop plays like some lost weekend at the Fillmore West circa 1966-71.

CMJ reviews Thee Oh Sees’ Drop

If you were to bottle up the last few years of California garage rock into a single soda can and pop the lid, that crisp and gratifying release might sound something like Thee Oh Sees, Despite being on supposed “hiatus” status…

Pitchfork premieres Thee Oh Sees’ Drop

Rumors of Thee Oh Sees’ hiatus have been greatly exaggerated: the California psych mainstays will release their new album Drop on April 19 (Record Store Day), via frontman John Dwyer’s Castle Face label.

Stereogum premiers Thee Oh Sees’ “Drop”

The two songs we’ve heard from Thee Oh Sees’ forthcoming Drop spanned a vast aesthetic distance; “Penetrating Eye” was a gnarly unhinged riff monster, while “The Lens” was a subdued and pretty psych ballad.

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