Review: Tweakbird – Reservations 
Two brothers from Illinois comprise Tweakbird, a fuzzed-out free for all that sounds like Death From Above 1979 dueling it out with Melvins (whose Dale Crover is credited with a production credit). This brother act keep the homefires burning with a heaping handful of stoner rock boogie (“Shivers”), acid rock flashbacks (“Spaceships”), and downtempo emotion (“Reservations”), complete with beefy low-end rumblings colliding with prog rock soprano vocals. Despite its brevity (seven tracks in under 20 minutes) and the lingering eeriness, this infectious offering supplies a unique and memorable listening experience that you don’t even need the proper paraphernalia for in order to fully appreciate. www.volcom.com -Mike SOS
Buy Reservations for dirt cheap
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