Garage-psych outfit from Melbourne. Their debut LP, recorded during a Melbourne heat wave in Rheyce O’Neill’s home studio, conjures up baking desert plains occupied by roaming cowboys, simmering cacti and mirages that promise everything. Check out their fuzzy meld of surf, garage and psych.
Rhyece O'Neill and the Narodniks deliver a captivating and dark rendition of outlaw, country blues. Their third album ‘Los Diablos’ is the final instalment of a triptych of albums loosely inspired by the Hieronymus Bosch painting “The Garden of Earthly Delights”, written by O’Neill whilst working in the desert as a construction labourer. The album is journey of dark and cinematic blues, which swagger with elements of punk and country. Each track is layered with vast arrangements and textures, and delivered with an outlaw punk ethos.