Wednesday, 2 December 2009

All the Saints: Deep Southern boys making deep psychedelic music.

There are a few labels that just know music, and Touch andGo is one of those labels. For the last 30 years they've been a tour de force in the indie world. I bring you one of their newer acts today in All the Saints. Hailing from Alabama and Mississippi, and currently operating out of Georgia, this 3 piece group eschews traditional Southern values (in my stereotypical reading of the South at least) to churn out heavy, fuzzed-out, psychedelic laced hard rock that doesn't veer too far off the edge. While I feel the quieter numbers (like the slow building "Outs") tend to get out classed by the faster and heavier songs, I think that's more a testament to the power the band can possess and not a knock on their prowess to craft mellower jams.

All the Saints - Farmecia (from "Fire on Corridor X)
All the Saints - Papering Fix (from "Fire on Corridor X)


  1. I like "Papering Fix". Thanks for posting this. Never heard of them.

    Glad to hear Touch and Go are still releasing good music. I remember them from the days of "The Big Boys."

    --The New Centrist

  2. love these guys! check out their live in-studio for indieATL: