California’s Allah-Las seem to make music through a vintage lens, combining elements of ’60s surf, psychedelic, and garage rock.
Garage rock, even at its rowdiest, is inherently lonely music. It exists outside of time, allergic to trends and suspicious of new technologies, which makes it ideal for loners who feel alienated from culture. Garage rock also sounds solitary. If it is recorded correctly– which is to say, if it feels like the audio was […]