Spectre Folk — Keep Your Teeth Clean
I can’t speak for Ben, but I’ll be posting a bit sporadically over the next few days due to schoolwork/other silly, real-world obligations. That being said, I couldn’t help but sneak in this track from Spectre Folk's The Blackest Medicine, Vol. II (out on Woodsist). The name Spectre Folk may not ring any bells, but some will recognize its founder/ringleader Pete Nolan from his work with CT’s Magik Markers. While MM have always been about discordant bursts of noise and free-form meltdowns, The Blackest Medicine is a fairly traditional Woodsist affair: campfire choruses, smooth psychedelia, and a thick, smokey haze permeating every note. Harnessing the awesome power of Sonic Youth's Steve Shelley (Spectre Folk's resident drummer), “Keep Your Teeth Clean” unfurls into a wailing sea of guitars that annihilates all in its path.