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Silent City

by Think No Think

A blend of solid fuzzed out riffs, and noisy destructive rock and roll, topped off with killer vocals.
Genre: Rock: Noise
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1. Silent City
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2. Take a Little for Your Mind
2:47 $0.99
3. 432 Dreams
3:41 $0.99
4. Cold Grey Sun
2:53 $0.99
5. 70's Era Mood Lighting
4:39 $0.99
6. Start a War
2:52 $0.99
7. Strange Truth
3:46 $0.99
8. It Comes and Goes
4:21 $0.99
9. Nien
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Album Notes
"Silent City" is recorded at 432hz at Austin Recording Company By Alex Maas (The Black Angels) and Brett Orrison.

Prodigies of the Austin psych rock scene Think No Think are not messing around; in the midst of some flashy guitar acrobatics, these fellas make some mean music. More rock and blues inspired than you might think, guitarist John Dowey, bassist Lee Adams, and drummer Nick Bakke rage their way through jam infused songs. Dowey’s spacey, poignant lyrics tie the ensemble together, accentuating the pure energy that these guys somehow manage to pull out of only three instruments. Their music is solid and their live show is amazing, a simple formula for an amazing group not to be missed.

-James Parker /KUTX

Austin’s Think No Think has been bubbling around the local scene for a few years, putting out several white-hot songs while working on its debut album Silent City, and now that record is finally here. The trio teamed up with the production duo Water Moccasin–Brett Orrison and the Black Angels’ Alex Maas–but the sound skews more sinister than psychedelic. “Start A War” is as hammering as the title suggests, lashing out under waves of distortion and John Dowey’s ghoulish voice.

“Start A War” appears on Silent City.

–Art Levy // host, Sunday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., producer, My KUTX

Think No Think out of Austin is certainly another band to keep an eye on. Led by the curly-haired singer/songwriter/guitarist John Dowey, Think No Think delivers an uplifting sound of blues/rock filled with plenty of fuzzy guitar and exhibits their youthful energy on stage when jamming out. This band has a crazy amount of talent and without a doubt won over many new fans. This was the first time both Radkey and Think No Think played in Los Angeles, but let’s hope it’s the first of many more to come.
Scott Sheff/LA Record



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