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Boomkat Product Review:
Aaah yes – this is more like it, some proper rockin’ goodness. The project of Dinosaur Jr.’s J. Mascis and his longtime friend Dave Sweetapple along with Asa Irons and Kyle Thomas from avant-rock darlings Feathers, Witch sees Mascis going back to what he likes best – rocking out. With leanings clearly towards the classic metal stylings of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin, this still manages to sound contemporary, neatly fitting in the middle of the scene’s current trends towards all things sludgy and stoner without ever resorting to a 20 minute drone. If this record doesn’t make you wanna headbang then you’ve clearly had a rock bypass – Witch requires an oversized glass of cheap ale and some Primark Y-fronts, after that you’re all set for a night of air guitar, it’s simply irresistible. Witch is an album with an unashamed sense of fun, none of this holier than thou posturing, none of the scene pretentiousness – just a damned fine album of metallic pop music. Very nice indeed.