Woods : Sun City Creeps
In a city as congested as Brooklyn, NY the vastness of Woods' sound comes as somewhat of a surprise at times. Since the release of last years With Light and With Love the group has been anything but restricted to frontman Jeremy Earl's home studio; ripping through a slew of international gigs as well as quietly piecing together the forthcoming follow-up, City Sun Eater in the River of Light. Due out April 8th, a near anniversary to their previous release, on the groups own Woodsist, "Sun City Creeps" is our first lick of the lollipop.
Entering the arena of their ninth album, the matadors of all things psychedelic-folk have dished up a notably Salsa-inspired tune; a sound birthed in...you guessed it, New York. Offering a tasteful dose of Afro-Cuban percussion and bright horns, "Sun City Creeps" erupts to raucous romper of a jam so nice you'll have to dip your chip twice.