John Dwyer, Nick Murray, Brad Caulkins, Tom Dolas & Greg Coates - Witch Egg
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 29 ratings
January 21, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
Rock is Hell / Label
John Dwyer / Primary Artists
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CRITIC REVIEWS

75
Pitchfork
John Dwyer leads an instrumental jazz-garage chimera that’s far-out enough to escape predictability and ghoulish enough to go bump in the night.
70
Uncut
Artfully blurred instruments and idiosyncratic players ensure Dwyer's prolificacy sacrifices nothing.
Lumdogmillionai
72
Country: USA

Genre: Spooky Jazz

For fans of: Thee Oh Sees, The Heliocentrics, Cenizas by Nicolas Jaar

A haunting instrumental jazz record that makes up in atmosphere what it lacks in length. From hypnotic, wailing saxophones on the opening track, to the groaning bass throughout, there are moments that are genuinely very creepy here. However, there is also a really strong sense campiness to everything. The pieces on this record are always spooky, but more like a circus haunted house or old ... read more
Cordavision
70
Oooh, spooky jazz
Howl
63
Favorite Tracks: Greener Pools, City Maggot
goncalomirandaa
75
There's nothing that this man can't do
rich1977
74
On Your Way Now.
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Added on: December 11, 2020