Bootleg Theater Presents
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057
This event is 21 and over
After nearly a year in various studios across both North and South America, Boogarins pop out a fuzzy and colorful lyric video for a new track, this time sung in English by friend and touring companion John Schmersal of Braniac, Enon and Caribou fame.
‘A Pattern Repeated On’ follows up on the same pessimism and darkness found in their surprise hit single from the fall (‘Elogio a Instituição do Cinismo’) — incorporating modern hip-hop grooves via drummer Ynaiã Benthroldo and his first studio release with the band, and an increasing tendency toward concise psychedelic pop.
These two new developments (English and psych pop/beat maker grooves) might give a glimpse of what is to come. An extensive North American tour in June and July is certain to give you an opportunity to witness firsthand what these Brazilian natives are conjuring up.
JJUUJJUU is an astral union, an arcane ritual, and above all, a conversation. Harnessing an unspoken energy, the group has exponentially blossomed from a sonic experiment to a forceful, telepathic dialogue of distinct-but-aligned vibrations. A revolving cast of local and international musicians have all been a part of JJUUJJUU at one point in time. Releasing this dynamic on an expanding spiral of planned and impromptu live shows in the American southwest and BEYOND, the magnetism of the trio (and sometimes duo) only continues to grow, along with its devoted, traveling coterie of entranced acolytes.
- Permanent Records Chicago
'FRST EP' is definitely a mouthwatering 'amuse bouche' for this tasty morsel of heavy psych! Rolling drums and droning guitars ebb and sway, conjuring a peyote-fueled rollercoaster ride thru the blistering Mojave. The here's definitely a mood and vibe ruminating thru these grooves, with echoes of fellow voyagers like Spacemen 3, Brian Jonestown Massacre and even some of the headier moments from the earlier Black Angels oeuvre. These guys are definitely ones to watch - we certainly will be. RECOMMENDED.
- Impose Magazine
Hooked on a feeling and stuck in a beat, "G 4 A G" burns slow and steady with a bit of a freak-power edge that spells mild darkness with drop-out, play-through, basement rumblings.
Here's something you're gonna love…
- The Music The Message
JJUUJJUU perform auditory magic