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From their EP Sticky Blood
|Emerging out of the garage-punk constellation around our nation’s capitol, The Dustys signal their arrival with a cacophonously brilliant debut EP, Sticky Blood, released earlier this month on Merrifield Records. Born to write chopper music for long-hauls across scorched earth, these noiseniks meld the power-pop of Big Star with the woozy psych-pomp of T-rex, while fusing the sneering energy of the Groundhogs or the Sonics with stoned-out passages that’d sound at home on any labyrinthine Red Sparrowes opus. After holing themselves up in the studio with producer Eamonn Aiken (who’d also man the rumble of the bass on the short-player), the band would win the attention of electro-rock stalwarts The Bravery, who practically begged the band to join them on a meaty 30-date jaunt across the states — a proposition the Dustys couldn’t refuse. [TheMuseBox]|