The transcendence of a pure thought is like the popping of a bubble. You destroyed something beautiful for an orgasmic wave of emotion. It becomes unattainable, yet the memory’s vividness remains sharp and clear. I discovered Lil Daggers through The Growlers, another killer band that brings shelter to your ears.  Lil Daggers edgy and crass psych seemed genuine. Then I heard their new EP was titled No Pizza, No Peace. And my friend, no truer words hath been spoken.

To clarify, I have been following The Growlers for a few years, and got to see an incredibly rad performance of theirs this past weekend in SF for the OutsideLands Festival. But I discovered Lil Daggers from a show they opened for The Growlers at. And since I saw The Growlers live this past weekend, and I found this lil gem of the Lil Daggers new music this week, I thought I’d share them together in Pysch Sync.


Lil Daggers has that haunt to it. The haunt in Jefferson Airplane, in Led Zeppelin, in Pink Floyd, in Dead Skeletons, in The Horrors, the haunt that shivers your spine while the chill of fuzz gives you goose bumps.


Check out Lil Daggers

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Ken Whiting

Ken splits his creativity primarily between music and film. Most of his work is deeply wrapped up in his horror production company www.frightoverse.com

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