BEECHWOOD – ” Songs From The Land Of Nod “

Posted: January 26, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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What happens when an anti-social petty thief, a male hustler, and a delinquent runaway come together to join forces in the streets of NYC? One of two things, usually. Either the birth of a gang of misfit criminals, or a legendary rock and roll band. Luckily, for society’s sake, the latter has turned out to be true for Beechwood. Echoes of everything from Stiv Bators to the Electric Prunes to Velvet Underground to Johnny Thunders and with an obvious love of the Nuggets boxset.

They run a pretty wide gamut of scuzz from garage to glam to punk to indie that’s not that easy to date. – STEREOGUM . Brings the late ’60s into the ’00s. – GRUNGECAKE, 

Recalls the best moments of the Zombies and Beach Boys, adding elements of garage and light tinges of the psychedelic. – POPMATTERS

Piece together the best of rock throughout the ages, tying in temperate group harmonies, arcing melodies, meddling guitar lines, and concrete percussion to drive it all home. – BUFFALO BLOG

A sonic world not too distant from the ones inhabited by modern classics like Foxygen and Tame Impala. – THE DELI NYC.  The NYC pop-punk band has always had a talent for pulling back the curtain to reveal the dark underbelly of humanity. – PAPER MAGAZINE

Drummer and vocalist Isa Tineo and bassist Sydney Simons were arrested during an outdoor show for “reckless endangerment, criminal mischief, resisting arrest, obstructing government administration and disorderly conduct.” The whole thing was caught on social media and made its way to headlines in NY Daily News. Welcome to rock ‘n’ roll, boys.  – WHAT YOUTH

Tracks Taken from the album “Songs From the Land Of Nod”


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