suicide squeeze records
the fuzzy coven digs up a handful of their older, darker songs and shows a heavier side with this gloriously twisted steeped in jim morrison-esque vocals and rattling spaghetti western guitars.
“Because these are old songs—we don't play them live anymore but still wanted them to be heard—this was the perfect opportunity to get experimental with sounds and textures”, Sanchez says of the EP. Despite this new studio adventurism, the songs on ‘Octubre’ stay true to L.A. Witch’s vintage starkness. We reckon fans of early night beats and new candys will love this and we hope they stick with this more dynamic, more satanic direction because it rules! “A fuzzed-out blues trio who dig deep into the cinematic side of life and excavate all that’s holy and noir” – line of best fit.