6 Songs, 29 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A sequel of sorts to the 2016 album A Weird Exits, An Odd Entrances furthers the process of unspooling Thee Oh Sees’ frenetic, tightly wound garage rock into a psychedelic sprawl. The opening fanfare “You Will Find It Here” begins with cosmic free-jazz skitters before blossoming into a droning guitar jam speckled with ‘60s-vintage organ sounds; “Jammed Exit” is a foray into tropical dub. But most mesmerizing of all is “The Poem,” an acid-pop serenade that floats in a celestial fog.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A sequel of sorts to the 2016 album A Weird Exits, An Odd Entrances furthers the process of unspooling Thee Oh Sees’ frenetic, tightly wound garage rock into a psychedelic sprawl. The opening fanfare “You Will Find It Here” begins with cosmic free-jazz skitters before blossoming into a droning guitar jam speckled with ‘60s-vintage organ sounds; “Jammed Exit” is a foray into tropical dub. But most mesmerizing of all is “The Poem,” an acid-pop serenade that floats in a celestial fog.

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