Tjutjuna “Desert Song”
I first heard of Tjutuna a while back when I got into Woodsman and I was checking out the Firetalk label, which is run by some of the guys from Woodsman. I actually think I got the Tjutjuna LP as some sort of package deal with a Woodsman record, but my memory is a bit hazy. Anyways, Tjutjuna have proven to be a great find, as they have an intense pulse that rushes through their songs, leaving a mile wide wake in their ambient sea. Their songs are spacey, for sure, but also have a deep groove, almost to the level of some of the stuff Wooden Shjips has put out in recent years, but without the classic rock vibe. Their latest burner is “Desert Song” and is every bit as heavy–and heady–as their previous work. It is the A-side to a cassette sing because, well, everyone is craving cassette singles, right? Grab it HERE and stream the track below.
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