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Washer are a Brooklyn duo that caught our attention last month with the song Fleas. That was just one song off their upcoming debut EP, Bighead, which finds the band working with a lot of different sounds, from the stripped-down punk of Lady Limp to the melodic yearning of Miles Of Sleep. The nicest surprise comes from Bass 1, which gives us a new understanding of the band’s name once it hits the Slint-influenced middle section, before giving way to a bottom-heavy distorted climax. Stream the entire EP below. The Bighead EP is out 3/25 via ECB&B Records.
First listen: Washer - Bighead ✓ Full official album stream ✓ Release date: Jan 01, 1970 ✓ Your source for official pre-release album streams. Washer hail from Brooklyn and their "Bighead" EP is a stripped down garage punk affair you should lend an ear. Stream it courtesy of Stereogum.
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A seizure-sparking double-dose of Brooklyn’s finest ‘n’ slimiest punk goonery is crystallized on this double 7-inch slab that slaps batshit noise-rockers Big Ups versus up and coming skuzzy garage-rawkers, Washer, and the duo Rinse and Spit two delicious loogies. A couple of former Boy ant riff-mongers, Washer debuted earlier this year with the speedballin’ Bighead EP, a berserk and bouncy piece of junk-fi goodness dripping of Beat Happening-like popcentric strum-strum, Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge-era vintage Mudhoney gunk and screamy Black Flag-ness action.
Produced and mixed by Nick Dooley and Dan Francia - from fellow labelmates Flagland - the Bighead EP was released a few months later on East Coast Basements & Bedrooms Records. 2015 saw the pair once again partner up with Flagland's Nick Dooley to record their debut album, Here Comes Washer, at Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio's The Barn studios in Panton, Vermont