NYC’s garage-punk band The Electric Mess shares a sonic treat in their fifth full-length album “The Electric Mess V”, out now.
Blending 60’s garage, 70’s punk, psychedelic pop, new wave, and high energy rock, they serve up a unique and masterful performance.
“Every song on this album is either dark or dystopian (see song titles like “Bad Man”, “Before the World Blows Up”, or “After the Money’s Gone”),” shared Esther Crow. “But we temper the darkness with humor (see “Cesspool”). The songs on this album came together during and right after our 2018 Europe tour, where we started veering from garage-punk into psychedelia. The songs seemed to burst out of that time period, as if already realized and woven together in album format.”