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    MOJOMATICS

    A sweet mama gonna hoodoo me

    [engl] Hiding in the night-shrouded lagoons of Venice, the MOJOMATICS, in person MojoMatt (voc, guitar, harp) and DavMatic (drums, percussion), take up your love with taut sails and undeniable spirit of youth. This is a TWO piece jack-off-all-trades lineup and they hit the shit big time. Thru the damn cool SHAKE YOUR ASS label we got their debut 45 “Devil got my women” earlier this year which shook the ground here. Limited to a mere 300 copies it already made it to few great reviews and ravings. Here is “a sweet mama gonna hoodoo me” - sixteen swampy blues encrusted punk tunes with a lot of rootsy pop harmonies and rambling´country-esque edges. The whole slop was produced on their own, not in their garage but Matt´s own analog recording studio, so we got a slab of raw hifi trash! They have the punk drive, kept up with the songwriting craftsmanship this is exactly what we needed now. All songs (but one traditional) are originals and stomp and swagger all over the place. No “for the fans of” namedropping-"music description" here. Sneaked those guys in at a GHETTO WAYS Festival gig and they handed me over their recordings. The whole inbred gang down there is downright nuts.... dancin` naked in brownish underpants…brought up the same wrecked cassette recorder they recorded that infamous BLACK LIPS Live 45 and recorded also that GW show. The LP comes in a splendid eyecatching full color heavy cardboard cover made by GREGO, the first couple hundred copies of the vinyl are on 180g wax.
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