Some places just have a vibe. In fact, it's probably safe to say the San Francisco Bay may have been one of the first areas to be talked about using the word "vibe". And CULTURE ABUSE absolutely embody that vibe. Their psychedelic-meets-punk approach to music captures all the trademark oddity the region has been home to for decades, while filtering it through a contemporary lense. The result feels magical and fun, fogged by a drug-induced haze, yet perfectly urgent. The new "Spray Paint The Dog" 7î from CULTURE ABUSE features newly recorded songs ñNicotineî and ñPerfect Lightî, demonstrating their knack for combining punk / hardcore roots with a distinctly ï60s psychedelic influence.
02. Perfect Light