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They parted company with their bassist and drummer; toured with the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Sonic Youth and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs; picked up new influences including Silver Apples and This Heat; and learned some electronic tricks by watching Matmos (M.C.
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JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION, Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, October 27
THE Jon Spencer Blues Explosion have long had one of the freshest sounds in the music world.
THE JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION Plastic Fang (Mute) STATESIDE rocker Spencer is an acquired taste, his blues-based bombast falling between the stools of da blooze and hard rock.
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (Now I Got Worry) Cheat-on-your-boyfriend rock from the handsomest man in the business.
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion have been confirmed for September 3.
JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION: Talk About The Blues (Mute) - The shrewd move of having Winona Ryder in the video should help this one, er, explode into the charts.
Their two albums to date - Evil Eye On You (2012) and Blood From A Stone (both for Norton Records) - allied with US tours alongside the Flamin' Groovies, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Sonics and Alabama Shakes - has, as one would imagine, elevated their profile significantly.
Such was their fondness of delivering songs at breakneck speed that they made the Jim Jones Review and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion seem like Enya.
Dazed & Confused said their gritty blues "makes the White Stripes sound like Peters & Lee" and NME ruled that "Southern grit pumps through their veins in a way it never could for their contemporaries from the motor city (the White Stripes) and New York City (The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion).
For the guitar gig of the year, look no further than The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion at the QMU, an awesome, two- guitar and drums festival of unsullied rock and blues.