John Dwyer returns to his outfit’s original moniker for his 20th album in as many years.
Oh Sees change name (again) to OCS for new album Memory of a Cut Off Head, share title track: Stream
The first full-length under the Bay Area outfit’s new moniker.
The band’s 19th (!) album, Orc, lands in stores next month.
John Dwyer’s garage rock project receives a name change for its latest full-length.
John Dwyer’s prolific garage rock outfit also teases new album(s?).
Released as part of Famous Class Records’ 17th LAMC 7-inch split single series.
Plus, the California garage wizard announces a new book of concert posters.
The follow-up to 2015’s Cold Hot Plumbs slated for March.
Companion LP to August’s A Weird Exits arrives next month.
Damaged Bug (Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer) announces tarot deck collaboration, shares “Horse Egg 2” — listen
Dwyer provides the soundtrack to artist Kyle Ranson’s twisted new tarot deck.
The follow-up to 2015’s Mutilator Defeated at Last features double-drumming intensity.
Label owner Larry Hardy reflects on records by Ty Segall, The Gories, Jay Reatard, and other legends of the scene.