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U.S. Christmas

U.S. Christmas

U.S. Christmas


U.S. Christmas (USX) started playing together in 2002. They create very loud, loose and free music in a definite nasty psychedelic vein, but never jammy or amorphous. Everyone creates their own individual sound, and writes their own parts. And together they change things around a lot, probably because they don’t remember what they played the last time they played. The bandmates mention many bands that shaped their sound: classic psychedelic, blues Read more on Last.fm
U.S. Christmas (USX) started playing together in 2002. They create very loud, loose and free music in a definite nasty psychedelic vein, but never jammy or amorphous. Everyone creates their own individual sound, and writes their own parts.

And together they change things around a lot, probably because they don’t remember what they played the last time they played. The bandmates mention many bands that shaped their sound: classic psychedelic, blues, guitar slingers, modern metal, doom, and sludge, as well as old country artists - Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Hawkwind, Neurosis and Caustic Resin. There’s a certain Sam Peckenpah movie called “Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid” starring James Coburn, Kris Kristofferson, and Bob Dylan. In one scene, Kristofferson mentions a gunfight involving an old buffalo hunter, and calls him what sounds like US Christmas. It’s a strange name, but they’re a strange band – from the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Marion, North Carolina, United States. The U.S.

Christmas lineup consists of: Nate Hall - guitar, vocals; Meghan Mulhearn - violin; Josh Holt - bass guitar; Justin Whitlow - drums; B.J. Graves - drums. facebook.com/U.S.Christmas http://www.myspace.com/uschristmas 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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