rose windows

Seattle psychedelic folk-rockers Rose Windows‘ debut, The Sun Dogs, is out today via Sub Pop. Those looking to satisfy a nocturnal jones for “Planet Caravan” leaning Sabbath and heavy Eastern miasma need apply. Fronted by vocalist Rabia Shaheen Qazi, whose Sandy Denny like vocals haunt the record, I’m immediately reminded of another northwest psych export from a few years back – Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter’s last album, the excellent Marble Son.

Here’s a taste — album opener “The Sun Dogs I: Spirit Modules” — a piece that gently sets the tone before the ensuing track, “Native Dreams,” blows the record wide open for the next 43 minutes.

MP3: Rose Windows :: The Sun Dogs I: Spirit Module

3 Responses to “Rose Windows :: The Sun Dogs I: Spirit Modules”

  1. Awesome that you listened to and liked Rose Windows. They are amazing talents rich and complex. The best ‘new’ music I’ve heard in a long time.

  2. [...] Rose Windows :: The Sun Dogs I: Spirit Modules [...]

  3. new to me. dig it.

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