PAUL JACOBS – ” Pink Dogs on the Green Grass “

Posted: May 6, 2021 in MUSIC

Following a prolific run of garage rock releases and an album and EP with his band Pottery (in which he plays drums), Paul Jacobs presents “Pink Dogs on the Green Grass”. Mastered by Oliver Ackermann of A Place To Bury Strangers, the album is now available via Blow The Fuse Recordings. at 13 songs, Pink Dogs on the Green Grass is a mix of everything — at points sounding like early Deerhunter meets the off-kilter bongos of Paul Simon’s Graceland with the opening track “Christopher Robbins.” The balladry of “Day to Day,” meanwhile, is eerily reminiscent of a freak-folk Devendra Banhart track, with its washed synths, bopping guitar line, and Jacobs‘ halcyon vocals.

I love Paul Jacobs, I think he is a bit of a genius, if Half Rich Loner is anything to go by, then this record will be storming.

Jacobs is a musician with an abundance of talent and a melting pot of influences who knows what he’s going for on every track — or at least he’s good at making it seem like he does. On Pink Dogs on the Green Grass, Jacobs has put himself up there with other psych-rock solo wonders like White Fence, Ty Segall and Morgan Delt.

Written, performed, recorded and mixed by Paul Jacobs

LP/CD available now on Blow The Fuse Records ​ UK street date: June 11th, 2021

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