Album: Hangover Bicycle Ride (2008)
This is the long awaited new CD from the
From start to finish. “Hangover Bicycle Ride” exemplifies everything that is good about contemporary music. This record pushes the boundaries while at the same time honors the classic rock and roll tradition.
The Densmore brothers have a knack for adding bells and whistles to their material in a way that’s natural rather than intrusive. " The long-running band led by the brothers Densmore, Sam and John, are Oregonian through and through, tracing roots to Coos Bay and beyond before a relocation to Portland a few years back. Brothers Sam and John Densmore’s songs are uniquely crafted, intelligent and truly musical at every turn. “Hangover Bicycle Ride” exemplifies everything that is good about contemporary music. From start to finish. Organic sounds that are chopped up. One might say they specialize in the feel-good, with songs with titles like "All the Girls Eat Drugs," and "Drinking Makes Me Feel Better," delivered with between-you-and-me grins." -Jeremy Peterson, OPB Music Blog and In-House Radio host"Part acoustic boogie, part bar-rock Beck, “Hangover Bicycle Ride” is 100 percent fun. I like the whole low fi analog digital vibe. This record pushes the boundaries while at the same time honors the classic rock and roll tradition. Rex-influenced "Cry, Cry". - The Oregonian - Bob Ham - Friday, May 09, 2008"These tracks sound great. Several years in the making, this collection of great Psych-Americana is heart felt, rocking and interesting at every turn. This is the long awaited new CD from the