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***OOG BOGO are a four-piece rock band from Los Angeles and their new album is Plastic—an electrifying set of songs and sounds that just don’t stop, working like a machine that makes joy and endless flips and repetitions, whether in front of the turntable or out in the real world. In the past several years, Oog Bogo dropped two records that previewed this explosion in wildly divergent ways: 2019’s Oogbogo EP with wigged-out production, its contorted fun house mirror images pulling punk, psych and new wave in and out of focus in a chaotic procession of mutant tunes. 2021’s EP2 radiates a starkly different vibe, as chilled-out guitar-pop tunes conjure a flowing medley of plaintive echoes and atmospheres in a mellow mist of hiss.
KEVIN BOOG recorded these records in a largely hermetic state: at home on 4-track, playing all the parts, slowly drawing out the sounds. The songs for Plastic were demoed this way too, as a starting point for a group interpretation—but when, for obvious ’20-’21 reasons, logistics prevented everyone from getting in the same room to even rehearse, the planned recording session at TY SEGALL's Harmonizer Studios took on a different shape. Starting off with only drummer THOMAS ALVAREZ (AUDACITY) to accompany him, Kevin realized that any obstacles to getting the record made were also opportunities, for something else that was also right to happen. Rather than reach for the design of the demos, he kept himself in the present moment, approaching every passage as fluidly as possible, playing what he needed to play, staying open to what he needed to know. It didn’t hurt that the laptop with all his songs crashed right after he walked into the studio! There was no way possible but forward... Features MIKE KREIBEL (DIRTY & HIS FISTS) and SHELBY JACKSON (SHANNON LAY) with production by Ty Segall.