Endless Boogie hail from New York City, having come together in late ’90s Brooklyn, in fact, but their bluesy stoner-psych-hard rock sounds more appropriate for a back-roads dive bar in the late hours of a wild Saturday night. If this doesn’t read as a significant or especially promising endeavor, through expansion, repetition, and the distinctive vocal approach of Paul “Top Dollar” Major, the band’s qualitative bar gets raised considerably upward. Long noted for stylistic indulgence as a virtue, their new album Vibe Killer streamlines matters a bit, but with no loss of power and eccentricity.

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