German Psychedelic Folk Rockers Okta Logue To Perform Champion / High Road CMJ Showcase TONIGHT 10/18 @ Bowery Ballroom
‘Tales Of Transit City’ Out Now Via The End Records
|New York, NY (October 18, 2013) – German psychedelic rockers Okta Logue are excited to perform their last show in their debut US tour kicking off the High Road / Champion CMJ showcase TONIGHT at Bowery Ballroom (w/ Eleanor Friedberger, Reuben and the Dark, Kan Wakan, and Promised Land Sound)
HIGH ROAD / CHAMPION CMJ SHOWCASE
Bowery Ballroom 10/18 Doors: 6:30pm, Show: 7:30pm
Okta Logue Set 8:00pm
select CMJ badgeholders accepted
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Okta Logue’s new album ‘Tales Of Transit City’ pulls the best of 60s and 70s rock into something so familiar, yet you have never heard before. First track ‘Transit’ immediately catches your ear and catapults you into a wondrous journey through the rest of the album.
While listening one can hear a multitude of themes: Beatles quotes, Brit-Pop reminiscence, never before written Keith Richards riffs, Wilco- blows and club sounding synthesizers that meet with exalted choirs.
Okta Logue have recently opened for the esteemed Neil Young & Crazy Horse, and Portugal. The Man and have had great success on their debut US tour featuring slots in the Culture Collide fest and the High Road/Champion CMJ showcase.
Okta Logue are the shining example of what extraordinary musical results young bands can achieve nowadays.
‘Tales Of Transit City’ Tracklisting
02. Mr. Busdriver
03. Dream On
04. Let Go
05. Chase The Day
07. Cats In The Alley
08. Just To Fall Asleep
Watch their videos for ‘Transit’ and ‘Let Go’ HERE
Order Exclusive Bundle Packages HERE
“Okta Logue don‘t sound like a couple of 20-year-olds from the German back province at all and if you didn’t know, you‘d think that you had just listened to a psychedelic rockband from the late sixties.” – Noisey/VICE
“Okta Logue never lingers too long in any one style, digging into proggy guitars and organ on the title track, a vintage rock ’n’ roll sound on “Let Go” and a somber, soulful blues sound on “Bright Lights.” – The Wall Street Journal
“Their sound has a vibe that can only be described as the 60’s meets the 70’s and it blends the best elements of both eras into something that is so familiar, yet never heard before. This is going to be one of those records everyone is talking about.” – Examiner