Friday, November 6, 2009

Hot From The Press.

Almost a year ago I posted a video clip of the Psychedelic Sixties Rockers called DeWolff. At that time these guys were aged 14 - 17. Now a year later these fellows are still quite young.
DeWolff released their full length debut album now. Strange Fruits And Undiscovered Plants is a very great album. It's like the sixties have never been away. The Hammond sounds incredible. The drums are much like Ian Paice style. The guitar is cool, don't expect Heavy Fuzz, but it's still great. You don't think the singer is that young, he has a very grown up voice. All with all a very great album. This is one of the major surprises of 2009.
I'm glad I cought this on vinyl. You should also do that. Enjoy and if you like this stuff, go get yourself one here!

DeWolff is a three-headed rockmonster that crawled right out of the Mississippimud to shake, rattle and roll the world with some raw, psychedelic sixtiesbluesrock. Armed with a screaming Hammond-organ, a muddy, howling guitar, thunderous drums and a soulful voice, these three Wolf men take you back to those wonderful 60’s and 70’s, when bands like Led Zeppelin, Cream, Pink Floyd and Deep Purple ruled the world of rock ‘n’ roll.

DeWolff was founded in 2007 in a town in the Southern part of the Netherlands (Limburg) called Geleen and consists of Pablo van de Poel, brother Luka van de Poel and Robin Piso. On the 5th of July 2008, DeWolff won the final rounds of Kunstbende. DeWolff was the first band in Kunstbende-history on which the jury had no remarks at all!

DeWolff is an absolute live-sensation: their partly-improvised songs sometimes last more than 15 minutes! It’s got style, it plays loud and it plays with soul and passion: that’s DeWolff!

(From their website)

DeWolff - Strange Fruits And Undiscovered Plants (2009)


Mari said...

Great stuff, as all the rest on your excellent blog, thanks!

pascalito said...

Thx mate,
Dewolff is yet another great new band from the Netherlands.

Anonymous said...

thanks for uploading! I'll check out the vinyl myself after sinterklaas ;-)

Emipicota said...

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