Photo by Karen Ponzio

Photo by Karen Ponzio

Just feel. This music was recorded in an afternoon with no planned approach, no talk of what it should sound like and no song structures. Three sound-brothers making music in the most organic, joyful way possible. A cosmic catharsis. Music scored on the fly — electric guitar below, banjos and mandolin above, filtered through strings of effects pedals while being propelled by the percussive pulse of wood, steel and skins. All deployed in a fashion that pushes and pulls as if at one with the tide and buoyed by the blues.

With no preconception, what was captured was a sort of long overdue conversation, in a language not studied, but fluently spoken and uniquely their own — a soft tread into Appalachia that side-winds into Krautrock and drifts down terrestrial pathways through time and space. An ecstatic sound for all the East Coast heads and a salve offering to melt and evaporate the currents of turbulence. Ease on back and enjoy the ride.

We’ve joined Feeding Tube Records on the fringes of obscurity to release this self-titled debut on October 19, 2018.



From Fuckin’ Record Reviews, Dec 2018

From Fuckin’ Record Reviews, Dec 2018

More Klementines reviewed in Dusted, December 2018

More Klementines “I” included in Scott McDowell’s “2018 Long Rally Favorites” WFMU radio show.

More Klementines “II” included in Doug Mosurock’s “Heathen Disco - 2018 in Review” radio show on this killer playlist.

More Klementines reviewed in Yellow Green Red, November 2018

More Klementines reviewed in Terrascope, November 2018

“…as close to pure art as a record could possibly hope to get.”

More Klementines reviewed in CT Scramble, October 2018

More Klementines reviewed in The Vinyl District, October 2018