by Kirsty Evans
Dog Poison (Captured Tracks)
Listening to Thee Oh Sees is like falling asleep and waking up in the Sixties. Fuzzy, occasionally distorted, and often downright psychedelic, Dog Poison is a loving homage to California’s hippie days. With a deliciously trippy vibe, eerily pretty vocal harmonies, and what may even be a Hammond organ, this album will take you right back, even if you weren’t born till the Eighties.
At the Eagle Tavern (398 12th St., San Francisco) on January 14. 8 p.m., TBA