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The Turbosonics have released a single from their soon-to-be-released, five original song EP, "Center of the Sun." The single, "Bedrock Stomp" (limited release available only on Bandcamp) also includes B-side: "Journey to the Center of the Sun. The full EP release is set for August 20, 2019, and will be available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, etc.
Bedrock Stomp is a tribute to the teenage dances, or Surfer Stomps, in 1960s Southern California. The Stomps were often headlined by Dick Dale, who pioneered ear-splitting, 100-watt tube amplifiers and surf beat rhythms. This song also employs a fuzzy-gritty guitar influenced by the likes of Davie Allan, the American guitarist best known for his work on soundtracks to various teen and biker movies in the 1960s.
The start of a new day brings a golden sunrise, and inspires us to continue our quest for the endless summer. This tune is a musical journey through varying rhythms, patterns, and melodies - all coated in that dripping wet reverb, which classic surf music is known for. Choose your ride and join the Turbosonics as they Journey to the Center of the Sun.
Check out this sneak preview, world premier release, "Jennette's Pier" from the soon-to-be-released CD, "Tres Gatos Suave" from The Turbosonics!
The Turbosonics debut CD is now available for purchase! It has eight original songs. Please visit our website to listen and buy your very own copy.
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The Turbosonics self-titled, debut CD is complete!!!
The shiny new disk contains eight, original, high powered, surf-rock instrumental tunes sure to blow your ears off. The Turbo-lads will soon announce details for the rockin' CD Release Party... but, here's your chance to get a sneak peak at what's on the album.
Go to Youtube to stream the single "Zombie-A-Go-Go" or go to Bandcamp where you can stream the song for free or download it for $1. (You get a bonus track when you purchase Zombie-A-Go-Go from Bandcamp too - check it out!)
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