The Warlocks produce relentless, hypnotic walls of sound that are just what the doctor ordered. Frontman and founder Bobby Hecksher was raised on a steady diet of rock in his grandfather’s radio station in Florida. In 1994 he forged West to LA, played on Beck’s Stereopathetic Soul Manure and moonlighted with the Brian Jonestown Massacre before forming The Warlocks in 1999. Six albums and nearly two decades later the group is still kicking with forceful live acts and their hybrid psychedelic-rock. Their latest release, Songs From The Pale Eclipse, sees the six-piece flicking through the demo-vault and picking out those yet unheard musical treasures. Nearly a decade in the making, the reworked and re-recorded songs create an eclectic mix of multi-textured instrumentation and rich harmonies. The Warlocks stopped past Studio 1A to showcase some of their best stuff before their show at Barracuda. Missed the session? We’ve got you covered right here! Check it out below!
– Georgina Cook
9/21 @ Barracuda
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