Exclusive! Hear the whole of Oh Sees’ new album, Smote Reverser

Enjoy their expansive, psychedelic newie ahead of its release on Friday

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On Friday (August 17), John Dwyer’s thundering psych-rock outfit Oh Sees – known also as Thee Oh Sees, The Oh Sees and OCS – release their excellent new album, Smote Reverser.

In the current issue of Uncut, we hailed its “exploration of an uncluttered stage of rhythm and space, Dwyer’s guitar providing insterstellar interference”, with the opening tracks “discovering an evolutionary moment between Can’s ‘Oh Yeah’ and Deep Purple’s heavy departure from psychedelic garage.”

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You can read the full review in the current issue of Uncut – on sale now – while listening to the whole album exclusively below:

Oh Sees
tour the UK soon, dates below:

31/08 – Margate – Winter Gardens
1/09 – Dorset – End Of The Road Festival
2/09 – Bristol – O2 Academy
3/09 – London – O2 The Forum

The October 2018 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Jimi Hendrix on the cover. Elsewhere in the issue, you’ll find exclusive features on Spiritualized, Aretha Franklin, Richard Thompson, Soft Cell, Pink Floyd, Candi Staton, Garcia Peoples, Beach Boys, Mudhoney, Big Red Machine and many more. Our free CD showcases 15 tracks of this month’s best new music, including Beak>, Low, Christine And The Queens, Marissa Nadler and Eric Bachman.


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