Hosted by Troy Nelson, the band performs three sprawling tracks from Face Stabber as well as two from earlier releases, and discuss Toby Keith, mosh pits, and how Dwyer came across the album's cover art.
PHOTO BY Ansley Elizabeth Lee (view set)
written by Isabel Khalili

Oh Sees frontman John Dwyer is known for his relentless experimentation across genres, encompassing krautrock, punk, thrash metal, no-wave, and psychedelic. The band is also prolific, with this year's Face Stabber putting them at a staggering twenty-two studio albums. Hosted by Troy Nelson, the band performs three sprawling tracks from Face Stabber as well as two from earlier releases, and discuss Toby Keith, mosh pits, and how Dwyer came across the album's cover art. Recorded 10/05/2019

1. Nite Expo
2. C
3. Snickersnee
4. Together Tomorrow
5. Henchlock

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