LIMITED EDITION ORANGE COLOURED VINYL

 

On ‘No Keys’, Dommengang channel the wailing, psych rock abandon of their previous work into a lean, dark- edged record coloured by loss. Guitarist Dan ‘Sig’ Wilson, bassist Brian Markham and drummer Adam Bulgasem have grown closer even as they live further apart. Shared personal loss and experience playing and touring has made time together both an escape and a release.

 

‘No Keys’ was recorded with guitarist and engineer Tim Green (Joanna Newsom, Howlin’ Rain, Sleepy Sun, Fresh and Onlys, Golden Void) a close friend of the band. Dommengang captures their spontaneous energy by recording live with minimal overdubs. Skittering reverb lends Sig’s guitar solos a cosmic quality, while rippling distortion add depth and weight to Markham and Bulgasem’s hypnotic grooves. Guest vocals from Camilla Saufly-Mitchell of Golden Void on ‘Jerusalem Cricket’ add a perfect counterpoint to Markham’s cries of “No Keys”, while Adam Parks added buzzing organ overtones to album closer ‘Happy Death (Her Blues II)’.

 

‘No Keys’ finds rock’s primeval power alive and well and answers its call. It is a soundtrack to a personal journey or to your next road trip. It speaks to the explorer, and to the abandon of those willing to go all in. It is for the rocker giving it all, living out of a van, without a key to a permanent home.

 

LP pressed on orange vinyl and packaged in a gatefold jacket with black inner sleeves and free digital download card.

DOMMENGANG - NO KEYS (COLOURED VINYL)

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