WJLP: The Graveyard Shift

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WJLP is William J. Le Petomane, a solo recording artist from Rotterdam, who “lost track of time somewhere between 1962 and 1973 and is making garage rock, beat, surf, sunshine pop, sci fi and horror themes and everything else that has that cheesy moldy vintage smell“.

In 2015, he released the kaleidoscopic LP ‘Let’s Go Ape‘ featuring surf and turf tracks in a variety of styles; from garage rock to powerpop to country pop to surf rock and back. E.C. van Beethoven plays bass on all tracks including today’s inspired surf-horror feature, ‘The Graveyard Shift‘.

Noted Influences: John Barry, Ennio Morricone, Gene & the Esquires, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Alfred Hitchcock, Alfred E. Neuman, Mellotron, Chamberlin, Optigan, Moog, Airfix, Spaghetti with Meatballs, Carry on Wanking, Whammy bars, Mars bars, Mars Attacks & Hard Liquor.


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The Graveyard Shift