With this title the Masonics, two years after their previous release "From the Temple Vaults" (Grand Wazeau, 2009), which in part summed up the best of their twenty years of activity, once more add to their mileage.Read More
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It’s fair to say that The Masonics’ new album, In Your Night of Dreams and Other Foreboding Pleasures, probably won’t be able to compete with this summer’s events (rioting on Britain’s streets, a horrendous massacre in Norway, and the release of the West Memphis Three) in terms of significance and public attention. But that’s not because it’s a bad record.Read More
Schwindy's Indie Music Spotlight: The Masonics "in Your Night Of Dreams And Other Foreboding Pleasures"
I will say one thing for the artists on Dirty Water Records. They know how to grab my attention. The latest from one of my favorite labels begins with some fuzzy guitar that sounds like it was recorded in the mid-60s. Then the vocals come in and they have the same kind of dirty sound as the guitar. The end of the song is a psychedelic feast for the ears. I'll say it for the record. I was immediately hooked on The Masonics.Read More
Garage veterans The Masonics are now on their eighth studio album (not including work with their various past bands which include The Milkshakes, The Pop Rivets, The Wildebeests, Thee Headcoats and more) and show little sign of tiring of the rock 'n' roll/beat group sound.Read More