Dust Mice have released the album Earth III brimming with catchy psychedelic space rock and they adds plenty of other elements. Elements as post-punk, new wave, sci-fi and classic metal and the result is both fascinating and original. The guitars is raw, the saxophone is rather distorted and as a very good bonus the rhythm section is spaced out and good and with garage vibes.
Earth III is the new album from Dust Mice, a 5-piece Space-Garage band from the Pacific Northwest. Analog synths, distorted saxophone and raw guitar combine with a driving rhythm section to deliver spaced out garage rock with influences from New Wave Sci-Fi, post-punk, and classic metal.
Bucky states about Dust Mice, «Can’t help but compare to a favorite band of mine Spidergawd. Maybe it’s the sax solos, maybe it’s the hard rocking hooks, or maybe it’s just the strong vocal chops that keep me tapping my toes all aboard that damn Choom Wagon. Shit is off the charts fun».
1. Choom Wagon (5:18)
2. Eye Make You Eye (4:02)
3. Hepatitis X (4:53)
4. Solitude (6:15)
5. Sky King (4:01)
6. Crisis On Infinite Earths (7:45)
7. Desert Bus (5:15)
8. Mountain Wizards (6:58)
Total Time 44:27
Patrick Seick: Lead Vocals, Synth, Percussion
Robbie Houston: Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backup Vocals
Nate Henry: Saxophone, Backup Vocals
Lewis Hunt: Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Backup Vocals
Zane Graham: Drums, Backup Vocals