By Ian Bremner
The Night Beats have been listed as experimental RnB, and while there are certainly elements of that, they are mostly just a full-blown good rock n’ roll band. Their 3rd album, Who Sold My Generation is trippy, sweaty excursion the whole way through.
The Seattle-turned-Austin trio went down to California to record the album in Los Angeles. The bluesy riffs and crunchy drums take you to a southern rock club. It all make sense. Friends with the likes of Black Lips and Curtis Harding, the Night Beats took their garage rock and added some super psychedelia to it, giving Who Sold My Generation a smooth (but not tooooo smooth), touch to the classically loose vibe.
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