Jana Dekerta 47,
Crust, Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock, Lo-Fi
Unrivaled pioneers of flowery punk from Atlanta, Black Lips are back with their first album in three years: Satan’s graffiti or God’s art? The album was produced by Sean Lennon in his studio / studio in northern New York during 2016. The album is the most musically advanced album of the group, and at the same time they remain faithful to their original, flaming approach to dirty rock n 'roll. lack Lips was born of DIY ethics, starting with small, sweaty concerts in Georgia, later playing for huge crowds at international music festivals (such as a performance at Fun Fun Fun Fest, which appears in the film Terrence Malicka Song to Song) and ride on routes to such distant places on earth as India, Jordan, Cyprus, Egypt, Lebanon, Iraqi Kurdistan, United Arab Emirates. Satan’s graffiti or God’s art? he proves the Black Lips class as a band which for many years has been changing around trends and teasers. Soundly captivating and precisely given, it is one of the most authentic and more captivating albums in the band’s history.
In 2014, in Liège, Belgium, as part of a joke in a bad taste, was left to his twisted existence Cocaine Piss, team members never had time to think about the fine details, such as having a band name that can be spoken in public, or simply have associated with it any further plans. They just turned the rocket engine with pees and watched it shoot, and before they figured out what and how, it was flying high. First they became an important element of the Wallonian scene of alternative music, then they moved to Europe and played in all of its corners over 400 concerts. Then two albums were recorded by Steve Albini and they were five years before they realized it.