Thee Oh Sees

The Master's Bedroom is Worth Spending a Night In

Repress on In the Red. Thee Oh Sees signed with the German Tomlab label and released The Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending a Night In in 2008. The opener, Block Of Ice, recalls early B-52s with its boy-girl call-and-response, and Ghost In The Trees rides a surf-rock pulse before phoning in sweet, garbled vocals and barbed-wire guitar. Dwyer's sloppiness is sophisticated - aware and wary of post-Billy Childish cliche, his band puts just enough of a spin (and sheets of hellish echo) on each jagged riff and Mark E. Smith-like harangue.

LP - Black Vinyl.