Frankie and The Witch Fingers

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On the show this time, it’s doom, data, and reverberation appreciation with Frankie and The Witch Fingers.

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On the show this time, it’s doom, data, and reverberation appreciation with Frankie and The Witch Fingers.

Frankie and The Witch Fingers returned to KEXP’s studios in support of their seventh studio record. It’s been an 11-year run already for the Bloomington, Indiana band, now based solidly in the thriving Los Angeles psych-rock scene. What started as a one-man-band — Dylan Sizemore on guitar, vocals, and stomping away on a kick drum — has evolved and adapted into a 6-piece prog/post-punk juggernaut — now featuring Nikki “Pickle” Smith from Death Valley Girls and Nick Aguilar, previous touring drummer for Mike Watt of the legendary Minutemen. The new album is called Data Doom and is available on Greenway Records.

Recorded 08/31/2023.

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