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Euclid

Euclid

Euclid


There are more artists with this name: 1) A early 70's psychedelic hard rock band. Jay and Gary Leavitt, along with Bobby Herne, made their first musical rumblings in 1966 as the Cobras, releasing the New England garage classic "I Wanna Be Your Lover"/"Instant Heartache". Fast-forward to 1970 and the brothers, joined by Ralph Mazotta (ex-Lazy Smoke) and Harold Perino Jr. (aka "Maris"), transformed into the hard psychedelic aggro Euclid, signed to Read more on Last.fm
There are more artists with this name: 1) A early 70's psychedelic hard rock band. Jay and Gary Leavitt, along with Bobby Herne, made their first musical rumblings in 1966 as the Cobras, releasing the New England garage classic "I Wanna Be Your Lover"/"Instant Heartache". Fast-forward to 1970 and the brothers, joined by Ralph Mazotta (ex-Lazy Smoke) and Harold Perino Jr. (aka "Maris"), transformed into the hard psychedelic aggro Euclid, signed to Bob Thiele's Flying Dutchman subsidiary Amsterdam and were one of the few (only?) "rock" releases on either label (a notable exception being the rare Minx soundtrack by The Cyrkle).

Herne, manning the producer's chair (a role he would later repeat for The Shaggs' Philosophy Of The World LP), created a "bad trip" spiked with backwards tape effects, darkly-phased vocals, all instruments set to "pummel" and an album title certainly eligible for the "truth in advertising" award! Tread carefully dear listener, as Gary, Bobby, Maris and Bob have all passed on due to various circumstances over the years... Euclid's "Heavy Equipment" is the little known classic hard rock psychedelic record originally released on the Flying Dutchman label in 1970. Holy hell that first track is a real winner clocking in at over 11 minutes and blasting forth with real monster heavy riffs at the 3/4 way mark! The whole album is a pretty solid hard rocker too with loud drums, bass and guitars. 2) {Seattle-Artist} Some refer to Euclid as "Avant Country" or "Gothic Americana," and others call them "Neo Folk" or "Dream-Country." Whatever the description, Euclid has created a unique and stirring sound that is the result of the merging of influences ranging from gothic, avant-garde and shoegazer to alt-country and folk balladry. Carthage EP, the debut from Euclid paints stark portraits of early pioneer settlers and migrants with stories of sorrow, pain, sickness, faith hope and redemption. Featuring guest musicians Barry Semple (The Swains, The Souveniers) on drums and Allan Terhune (Gerald Collier) on pedal steel, Carthage takes a restrained and soulful look at Americana and traditionally-influenced music. Listening to this record could save your soul...or send you one step closer to Hell. 3) Euclid is the mysterious Polish multi-instrumentalist Wojciech Walesa.

His first release, on Not Waving's Ecstatic imprint 'Crippled Syntax' features mostly dark and moody fractured or distorted techno and slow-mo house. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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