Recorded/streamed live at 3am on 1/7/18
Trevor playing a set of songs by one of his favorite bands and an influences. RIP Pat
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Las Vegas isn't known as city that is associated with cutting edge music. It's a place for over the hill acts making a killing catering to audiences who are taking a break between gambling sessions. But as per usual in any major city there is a small but vibrant underground scene where good things happen. Psychedelic rock quartet Trevor and The Joneses boasts not one, but two multi-instrumentalists and a swinging rhythm section. Their second album Take You to Stay is colourful trip to memory lane, signposted by acts like Love, Nazz, Jefferson Airplane and The Velvet Underground.
They love to experiment - Breaking Bones is a clash of the East and West Coast guitar - and bring in a sitar played by Barnaby Gallagher to add an extra layer to the title track. Meteors is an improvised tracks that could have been produced by Joe Meek had he lived long enough to produce the early Pink Floyd. Jones' nasal vocals take center stage in Found, a melancholic, mostly acoustic, pop song.
Trevor and The Joneses are long way from The Strip, but it's worth tracking them down in Sin City. Take You to Stay is the perfect antidote for the racket of the slot machines, the elevator muzak and Céline Dion.
link to review on Here Comes the Flood
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Our new record is called Take You to Stay and is available now on CD/download/internet stuff
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