Last week, our Playing on Prefix series featured a look into Liam the Younger and his album After the Graveyard. This week, I took a stab at expressing my feelings on San Francisco’s Dirty Ghosts, who realeased their debut album, Metal Moon, yesterday on Last Gang Records. The band is fronted by singer/guitarist Allyson Baker, whose husband, Aesop Rock, co-produced the LP. Dirty Ghosts’ sound succeeds hugely by filtering its influences into something not only original, but reasonably accessible as well. It’s ballsy and energetic, tense and ready to spring. You can check out this installment of Playing on Prefix over at KCRW.
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