Looking to witness a true retro psychedelic synth-rock experience with a progressive edge? Look no further because ELEKTRIC MISTRESS is here to deliver! Hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia, ELEKTRIC MISTRESS covers a wide spectrum of sonic grooves and influences from the early pioneers of heavy riff rock such as Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Pink Floyd. Take a deep breath and ride the wave through a hypnotic haze of electric highs and sedated tones to take you back in time and return again.
ELEKTRIC MISTRESS began their journey through oblivion in 2018, creating a unique soundscape of stoner rock ignited with crunchy, groovy guitar riffs, bombastic drums, dirty keys, choice bass licks, and loud and raspy vocals. For those keen to experience what can best be described as ‘smoke rings in a blizzard’ the band’s debut self-titled EP is set for release this coming Friday, July 19th and promises to be a solid offering of tunes suitable for those looking for a classic stoner rock vibe and also those that are more experimental minded.
Teaming up with TheObelisk.net, the stoner rock quintet are premiering the release’s full stream before it officially drops at the following link here
The band adds:
“Our self-titled EP is the band’s first studio recording. Influenced by the members’ psychedelic and stoner rock roots, each track has a unique sound and showcases their varied influences and songwriting abilities. With riffing low guitar/bass chug fused with B3/Rhodes/Synth sounds, the EP recaptures the retro-rock sound of the 70s with a modern tinge, and stands as a tribute to the bands’ early influences.”
1. Turn To Grey – 8:36
2. Cuba Time – 3:45
3. Meeting of The Minds – 4:06
EP Length: 16:28