The Jackets + Weird Omen

The Jackets + Weird Omen
Donnerstag | 12. Dezember 2019 | 20:00 Uhr

THE JACKETS – Pure Raw Wild Swiss Psychedelic Fuzz Garage at it’s Best fronted by the wildest woman in Europe!

Das Schweizer Trio um die brillante Sängerin/ Gitarristin Jackie Brutsche, das kürzlich bereits Album Nr.4 („Queen Of The Pill“ von King Khan produziert) veröffentlichte, steht für derbsten Fuzz Garage Punk mit einem Hauch von Psychedelia. Mittlerweile sind die Jackets zum größten Zugpferd (neben dem Beat-Man versteht sich!) des Voodoo Rhythm Labels geworden. Zu den prominenten Fans der Band gehören übrigens Rodney Bingenheimer und Alice Cooper, in deren Radio-Shows die Jackets häufig gespielt werden. Mit auf Tour ist Frankreich seltsamstes Garage-Psych-Rock Trio Weird Omen. Die Band hat einen dunklen, surrealen Sound, der durch die sehr ungewöhnliche Besetzung (Gitarre/ Saxophon/ Drums) akzentuiert wird.

Info zum aktuellem Album: „Voodoo Rhythm Records is proud to present the fourth full length album by The Jackets and the second released on Voodoo Rhythm! They’ve been called “the real deal” by Alice Cooper in his Radio Show, Little Steven’s Underground Garage had them as the “Greatest Song in the World” in 2017, Rodney Bingenheimer (Legendary L.A. DJ and Honorary Mayor of the Sunset Strip) plays them regularly – and that was just last year! For this new album The Jackets have once more assembled their “dream team” of recording engineer Nene Baratto (Movie Star Junkies) and His Royal Highness King Khan who produced their single in 2018, but it gets better! Jim Diamond (White Stripes, The Cambodian Space Project) has joined the team to mix and master and believe me, this album is a blast! Raw amazing Full-Fuzz-Power-Punk-Beat with a touch of Psychedelia! You have never heard The Jackets on vinyl like this before!
10 Songs. All Killer. No filler!!

Weird Omen: “ Weird Omen still evade direct comparisons to … anyone. Lost somewhere between The Cramps and The Kinks. For sound-alikes, you might look to Morphine and James Chance and the Contortions, but all this tells you is that while Weird Omen has influences like everybody else does, their sound is their own. There’s a helluva pedigree here too: King Khan and the Shrines , Bee Dee Kay and the Roller Coaster, Lost Communists, Limiñanas, We Are Not Indians, Escobar, Anomalys… Balancing between a gloomy psychedelic atmosphere and fast-paced punk energy, Weird Omen manage to make some new with the old, imposing their own unique style. Refusing to succumb to one genre only, the band bravely blends garage, exotica, rockabilly, and psych.The line up is straight forward, if unusual; a storming rhythm section comprised of drummer Remi Pablo and guitarist Sister Ray and what can only be described as a lead baritone saxophonist, Fred Rollercoaster. Weird Omen defies the current trends of garage; or more exactly, builds upon its foundations to make something completely different out of it.“

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