The band has since released five studio albums and various singles and compilations since the mid aughts, including their latest, Vibe Killer. The album is out Friday on the Philadelphia-based No Quarter Records. The band is fronted by Paul Major, a well known collector (and seller) of obscure rock records, who himself has written a book (out on May 30th) called Feel The Music, about his adventures as both a musician and obsessive record collector.
Vibe Killer, like Endless Boogie’s previous records, is cut from the blues-based classic rock mold, and is heavy on guitar jams — imagine the place where Canned Heat meets ZZ Top, and Blue Cheer meets John Lee Hooker.
One of the record’s highlights is “Back In ’74,” a story about seeing Kiss at a kite flying festival in St. Louis. It’s an engaging story and one long electric boogie-fried song you can’t turn away from. On June 4th you can get your endless boogie on when the band plays Johnny Brenda’s.
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