September 26th, 2012 10:38 am | by ROBERT HAM Music | Posted In: Cut of the Day

Cut of the Day: "Helicopter," Wooden Indian Burial Ground


I hope that in listening to this new track from garage-psych quartet Wooden Indian Burial Ground you have the same reaction I did. That around the halfway point, when the band dissolves into a fit of feedback and static, you think, "Well, it can't get any better than that." And that's when WIBG decides to pour it on. Thick sheets of reverb, and an acid freakout guitar solo. Absolutely glorious. And there's a whole 'nother batch of verses and choruses to round out the full seven and a half minute explosion. 

There's plenty of material to choose from on the band's Bandcamp page, but this is the one track I guarantee you'll keep returning to again and again. Until you are ready to shake your computer into submission, wondering aloud, "How long do I have to wait until I can hear the whole goddamn album?!" Maintain your calm until October 4, when all will be revealed. 
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