Third 45 by this band from Spanish Wind City Saragossa, first on mighty garage label Wild Cave, to confirm they're definitely a band to keep an eye on if you dig garage-rock. Their music oozes love for classic 60's garage bands with that extra dark moodiness of 80's garage revival that will make you remember your fave fuzz bands from the past. But that's not all! The Crawlies also got that not-so-common delicacy when crafting bittersweet melodies for mid-tempo songs that brings to mind names such as Cynics or Miracle Workers; they show versatility delivering r&b-punk kicks ala Crimson Shadows and prove they got what it takes to record topnotch garage-powerpop numbers ala Stems or Sick Rose.
This new ep - wisely produced by legend Mike Mariconda - is a sounding proof of all this, more powerful and tighter than ever before. Do you miss early Dr Explosion or Hollywood Sinners? Now you don't have to, The Crawlies are here!
A: Ain't No Time / Under Your Key
B: Maldita Rosa / Too Late
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.