2018 release. Marking his return to Smog Veil after a string of top sellers for various labels, Cleveland's punk-junk-funk one-man garage industry, Bim Thomas (This Moment In Black History, Bassholes) delivers a 12 song ripper full of soulful grooves, sonic manipulations, and hooks and lyrics you will not soon forget. Spin if you like Beefeater, Living Color, 24-7 Spyz and everything in between. "... Thomas's grooves are so simple and powerful they feel instantly classic, as if he plucked them from some hidden vault of magic funk tricks." -Marc Masters/Pitchfork. "... The eyeball-destroying intersection of needle-ripping blues and sludgy punk." -Colin Joyce/Spin.
2018 release. Marking his return to Smog Veil after a string of top sellers for various labels, Cleveland's punk-junk-funk one-man garage industry, Bim Thomas (This Moment In Black History, Bassholes) delivers a 12 song ripper full of soulful grooves, sonic manipulations, and hooks and lyrics you will not soon forget. Spin if you like Beefeater, Living Color, 24-7 Spyz and everything in between. "... Thomas's grooves are so simple and powerful they feel instantly classic, as if he plucked them from some hidden vault of magic funk tricks." -Marc Masters/Pitchfork. "... The eyeball-destroying intersection of needle-ripping blues and sludgy punk." -Colin Joyce/Spin.
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Bang Messiah (Gate)
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2018 release. Marking his return to Smog Veil after a string of top sellers for various labels, Cleveland's punk-junk-funk one-man garage industry, Bim Thomas (This Moment In Black History, Bassholes) delivers a 12 song ripper full of soulful grooves, sonic manipulations, and hooks and lyrics you will not soon forget. Spin if you like Beefeater, Living Color, 24-7 Spyz and everything in between. "... Thomas's grooves are so simple and powerful they feel instantly classic, as if he plucked them from some hidden vault of magic funk tricks." -Marc Masters/Pitchfork. "... The eyeball-destroying intersection of needle-ripping blues and sludgy punk." -Colin Joyce/Spin.