Known best for his work with Ty Segall’s Fuzz, Charles Moothart continues his oddball exploration of guitar-focused strangeosity. A half-baked experiment that never escapes far beyond the playbook outlined by psychedelic garage notables like the Seeds, his noisome arrangements breed alluring moments worth absorbing. Regretfully, the songs ultimately never gel, either emotionally or beat wise. And that the album’s sole moment of brilliance, the penultimate track, “Dead Weight,” wasn’t crowned the closing sendoff will forever remain a mystery for the ages.
Released by: In The Red