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Wooden Indian Burial Ground, Wooden Indian Burial Ground CD

Portland’s Wooden Indian Burial Ground became one of the must see acts at last year's CMJ. Happy to take influence from grey skies, early sci-fi novels, fuzz pedals and homemade drone boxes, WIBG formed as a duo in Portland, Oregon in 2008. Soon after, they took sail in a rickety ship called “The Blue Whale", making a glorious racket across the United States and releasing an 11 track album of drunken-funeral-folk tunes in 2009 entitled My Bones They Are Naked. Since then, the band has grown in numbers and signed with Mon Amie Records of Brooklyn, NY in 2011. Both the full length vinyl and 10" vinyl single shown below contain a unique hand made digital download insert. “Wooden Indian Burial Ground surge through blues-riffing garage psychedelia, with vicious guitar tones and a handmade analog synthesizer…the point of the songs is the way they ride the rudimentary riffs toward euphoric dementia." Jon Pareles, New York Times

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