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9 thoughts on “ Beach Demon - Wavves - Beach Demon / Weed Demon (Vinyl)

  1. “Weed Demon”, on the other hand, doesn‘t seem primitive at all with its slower, less brash approach masking its true nature. “Beach Goth”, the longest song on the album clocking in at just under four minutes, even seems appropriately distorted as it builds over it’s .
  2. Wavves Wavves On Vinyl LP. Wavves is the new surf/garage rock project of California native Nathan Williams who makes distorted, lo-fi, washed-out pop with contagious hooks and melodies hidden beneath distorted sonics and spontaneous production. Since releasing the sophomore self-titled LP late last year, Williams went from little-known to minor phenomenon in less than six months.
  3. general commenttitle and half the lyrics wrong it's beach demon here's where i'll stay hands on my throat nothing to do nowhere to go here's where i'll stay but that's where i'll go started too fast and finished too slow everythings right but everythings wrong everythings wrong going nowhere going nowhere going nowhere here's where i'll stay but that's where i'll go nothing to do with nothing.
  4. Wavves began their set at p.m. and immediately after walking on stage commented on the thick smell of drugs in the air, saying, “It smells like pot out here. It smells like a lot of pot.
  5. Wavves "Weed Demon": Dark cave. Dirt paved. Crawling. I love crawling. Who are ya? White pain. I'd stay. Weed cave. We.
  6. Oct 07,  · 2. Beach Demon 3. To The Dregs 4. Sun Opens My Eyes 5. Gun In The Sun 6. So Bored 7. Goth Girls 8. No Hope Kids 9. Weed Demon California Goths Summer Goth Beach Goth Killr Punx, Scary Demons Surf Goth.
  7. Demon Days is outstanding, but the second half is a bit meh, while Plastic Beach is a mix of more outstanding songs but some worst than the meh Demon Days ones. level 2 2 points · 2 years ago.
  8. Similarly striking are 'Beach Demon' and 'No Hope Kids', both delivered with a hopeless indolence and faux-buffoonery that conspire to render Wavves' music as strangely in tune with our age. You might even go so far as to suggest that simultaneously this is a definitive rock album of .

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