The Mother Hips, Thes Ones, Wooden Wand...

by PopMatters Staff

10 April 2007

 
THE MOTHER HIPS

THE MOTHER HIPS

The Mother Hips
Time We Had [MP3]
     

TGIM [MP3]
     

Not So Independent [MP3]
     

“Released April 3 on New York based-indie Camera Records, Kiss The Crystal Flake is the new full studio album by California psych-soul rockers. It is the follow up to the acclaimed Red Tandy EP (2005) and the first full album for the Hips since 2001’s Green Hills of the Earth. Featuring 12 new songs, Kiss The Crystal Flake reintroduces the world to the Mother Hips’ own brand of California rock, blending a natural psychedelia with their own 21st century musicianship and songwriting.”—Camera Records

Thes Ones
Target [MP3]
     

Grain Belt Beer [MP3]
     

Northwestern Bell 2 [MP3]
     

“Re-mixed commercials from the 70’s and more in this long-awaited instrumental solo debut, brought to you by half of People Under the Stairs, Thes One.”—Tres Records”

Wooden Wand
Delia [MP3] from James & The Quiet, releases 12 June 2007 in the US.
     

TOUR DATES
04/18 Ridgewood, NY Silent Barn
04/19 Poughkeepsie, NY Vassar College
04/20 Brooklyn, NY Lutheran Church
04/21 Purchase, NY SUNY Purchase
04/22 Philadelphia, PA Big Jar Books
04/23 Annandale-on-Hudson, NY Bard College
04/24 New York, NY Cake Shop
04/25 Boston, MA P.A.‘s Lounge
04/26 Portland, ME TBA
04/27 Northampton, MA TBA
04/28 Clinton, NY Hamilton College

Enduser
Switch [MP3]
     

The Butterfly Explosion
Sophia [MP3]
     

 

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