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Warm Drag’s Self-Titled Debut Album Is Dark, Jagged, And Memorable

by BUST Magazine

(In the Red Records)

Warm Drag’s self-titled debut feels like a hot summer night out: dark, jagged, a bit off-the-cuff, and memorable. Made up of Paul Quattrone (Oh Sees and !!!) and Vashti Windish (Golden Triangle), the band’s sound consists of amp feedback, fuzz-soaked guitar, and ’70s percussion, all swathed in Windish’s filtered, crackling vocals. This record is not for the soft or tender. Tracks like “Cave Crawl,” “Someplace I Shouldn’t Be,” and “Cruisin’ The Night” feel hedonistic and bursting with desire. This album also isn’t for those attracted to whimsy—but it certainly celebrates what happens when the lights go out. (3/5)

By Claire McKinzie
Warm Drag was released on August 31st
This article originally appeared in the October/November 2018  print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today!

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