Austin psych instrumentalists TIA CARRERA share jam-driven new album ‘Tried And True’ in full; out June 12th on Small Stone Records.
- 8 juin 2020
Texas-based heavy psych/blues jam specialists TIA CARRERA share their long-awaited ‘Tried And True’ full-length in its entirety courtesy of New Noise Magazine, ahead of its official release this June 12th on Small Stone Records.
“Their groovy, leaf-sweetening riffs are as tasty as ever… ” — BrooklynVegan
Guitarist/engineer Jason Morales notes: “I truly believe Tried and True is our best Release yet! It’s a great example of what we do and really proves how our improvised style has progressed over the last 20 years! »
Enjoy new album ‘Tried and True’ via New Noise
Jason Morales and drummer Erik Conn are pushing two decades under the TIA CARRERA banner. Thus, latest endeavor, Tried And True, has more than earned its name. Ahead of 2019’s two-song Visitors/Early Purple LP, the founding duo recruited longtime friend and Austin legend Curt Christenson (Dixie Witch, Crimson Devils) as a permanent member, and his well-established bass wizardry has served to embolden the band’s sound, dynamics, and unspoken communion as artists. Tried And True represents in blistering fashion their unwavering trajectory of heavy psych/blues bliss exploration.
TIA CARRERA ‘Tried And True’
Out June 12th on Small Stone Records
The band is famously selective about what they release to the public. With each performance unique by virtue of improvisation, they’ve amassed a huge, never-issued collection of recorded material, both live performances and private studio tracks. Tried And True is a sonic voyage culled from their latest studio work and across a thirty-seven-minute LP (the compact disc runs seventy-one minutes with the included “Visitors” and “Early Purple” bonus tracks) the three-piece once again scorches their way into the hearts of the lysergic converted. As veterans, TIA CARRERA remain fueled by passion and creative drive, and any time they’ll let us hear what they’ve been up to, we can only consider ourselves lucky.
Recorded and mixed at The BBQ Shack in Austin, engineered by Morales, mastered by Jerry Tubb at Nova Mastering (also in Austin) and swathed in the eye-catching artwork of Alexander Von Weding, Tried And True will see release on CD, digital and limited edition vinyl formats. Fans of Earthless, Jimi Hendrix, All Them Witches, Fu Manchu, Black Elephant, and Kyuss pay heed.
Jason Morales – guitar
Curt Christenson – bass
Erik Conn – drums