by Walter Price
If you want to describe in words an album that is many elements mid-career Beck, Adam Green cheekiness held together with an addictive combination of everything from Brit pop, 60’s era rock, rockabilly nuisances, punk sensibilities and so many sweet far-flung elements in between you’d be better off just gathering your intended audience and play Joel Magid’s spectacular Pyramids.
This album is a romp of, a combination I suppose of the creator’s lengthy history in the music scenes culminating into a homegrown spectacle so layered and rich it will never be fully figured out which is cool. Every corner of Pyramids is new with intriguing surprises. Arrangements that crawl twist and tease with every listen. This is the sort of album, the kind of atmospheres that simply fascinate me.
Check out “Shame” from Pyramids and call your mates over for an impromptu drinks night and get bent to the sounds Joel Magid.
article cover foto by Todd Walberg
video directed by Jess N Pierson.
Bim Ditson from And And And
Dan Talmage & Kyle Craft from Kyle Craft
Berg Radin from Surfs Drugs + And And And
Ryan ‘White Lightnin’ Wiggans from Surfs Drugs + And And And
Mike Finn from The Domestics
Laura Hopkins from Laura Palmer’s Death Parade
Lilly Maher from Thanks + The Century
Andrew Hanna from Thanks + The Century
Jeni Wren formerly from Shy Girls
Bryson Hansen from Fog Father
Jeremiah from Arlo Indigo
Casunn Taft of Talkative
“When you spend your time with me you’re paying to be free & It doesn’t have to be bad it can be lovely…”