Guerilla Toss Album Bundle
Guerilla Toss Album Bundle
Guerilla Toss Album Bundle
Guerilla Toss Album Bundle

Guerilla Toss Album Bundle

Combine several Guerilla Toss releases into a bundle & save some bucks! Four bundles to choose from, free stickers and Guerilla Toss pins with all purchases.

Bundle options:
1) Twisted Crystal LP & GT ULTRA LP
2) Twisted Crystal CD & GT ULTRA CD
3) Twisted Crystal LP & Jay Glass Dubs vs Guerilla Toss Cassette
4) Twisted Crystal CD & Jay Glass Dubs vs Guerilla Toss Cassette

On Twisted Crystal
"At times the listener wanders through mazes of dizzying, alternately pulsing time signatures, but the roads always bounce, meet and magically snap back together. That meditative groove, both live and in the studio, has become signature for Guerilla Toss, drawing deep influence from 70s krautrock and experimental rock music like Tom Tom Club, Talking Heads, Brian Eno, Neu!, Cluster, Todd Rundgren, and La Dusseldorf." Read more & hear the album here.

On GT ULTRA
"both more personal and more cryptic than ever. But you can hear every word this time, and there is a lyric sheet. As preferred, the meaning is within the listener. It is a dream state record for sure, meant to take you along on a similar vibe that the band has been tripping on these past few years, filled with an insistence to “hydrate, gyrate, think straight, no weight”, all the while under the influence of golden beams of orange sunshine, glimmering glitter and kaleidoscopic bursts." Read more & hear the album here.

On Jay Glass Dubs vs Guerilla Toss
he EP comes on the heels of the former’s latest record, GT Ultra, which was released this past June. Jay Glass Dubs vs Guerilla Toss turns the hyper-bouncy pop and deeper, darker tracks of GT Ultra into four, stripped-down dub ruminations, each one spacier and weirder than the last.  The frenetic, zany tempos of songs like “Skull Pop” and “Can I Get The Real Stuff?” are transformed into slow, viscous existential crises that focus in on Kassie Carlson’s echoing vocals. Jay Glass Dubs works headphone magic with reverberating percussion and slinky basslines, as always keeping one foot in dub’s past but both eyes on its horizon. Read more & hear the album here.