Wednesday, January 29, 2014

German Psychedelic Folk Rockers OKTA LOGUE Premiere New Video

German Psychedelic Folk Rockers OKTA LOGUE Premiere New Video



MEDIA ALERT New York, NY (January 29, 2014) Our favorite German psychedelic folk rockers Okta Logue are coming back to the US for their second tour featuring two slots at SXSW and two FREE shows at The Knitting Factory with more dates to come!

The band has created a new video based on their last debut US tour called 'Chase The Day'; the video features the places they went and people they met along the way.

March 7th - The Knitting Factory - Brooklyn, NY [FREE SHOW]
March 13th - Austin Psych Fest [venue TBD] - Austin, TX
March 13th - The End Records SXSW Showcase @ Lit Lounge - Austin, TX
March 21st - The Knitting Factory - Brooklyn, NY [FREE SHOW]

October 2013 marked the release of Okta Logue's new album 'Tales of Transit City'; a work that harkens back to the proggy psychedelic rock of early Pink Floyd and pulls from the blues of The Grateful Dead, 'Tales' takes the inspiration from these artists and twists it into something familiar, yet avoids the copycat vintage trap.
Last year Okta Logue embarked on their debut US tour after performing opening slots overseas for artists such as Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Portugal.The Man.

"Okta Logue don‘t sound like a couple of 20-year-olds from the German back province at all and if you didn't know, you‘d think that you had just listened to a psychedelic rockband from the late sixties."  - Noisey/VICE

"Okta Logue never lingers too long in any one style, digging into proggy guitars and organ on the title track, a vintage rock ’n’ roll sound on “Let Go” and a somber, soulful blues sound on “Bright Lights.” - The Wall Street Journal

"Their sound has a vibe that can only be described as the 60's meets the 70's and it blends the best elements of both eras into something that is so familiar, yet never heard before. This is going to be one of those records everyone is talking about." - Examiner
For More Information:
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