The Schizophonics are, in one word, EXPLOSIVE. Their frenzied live performances tap into the same unstoppable combination of rock and roll energy and showmanship that fueled the MC5 in the heyday of the Grande Ballroom. When they hit the stage, they grab your attention and don't let go.
'In Mono' is a typically exciting slice of garage rock psychedelia. Skillful screaming guitars and gutsy vocals drive this full-bodied slice of unadulterated, 100-mile-an-hour brilliance. The track oozes rockstar quality; it's a supernova of sound.
These fine purveyors of 1960s style rock are one of the most energetic and engaging bands to see live. Pat Beers is a fireball of uncontrolled energy. He electrifies the stage and often careers into the crowd like a musical shaman. It seems almost impossible that he can play such great guitar while flailing about like a man possessed. It falls to Lety Beers and Brian Reilly to keep things in some form of order, in which they never fail. Described as "Fuzzrock that makes you dance" by the band themselves, the Schizophonics play wicked retro rock and roll.
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