At the bottom of the bill for tonight's show at House of Blues (tickets here) is No Joy, whose fuzz-dripping debut LP Ghost Blonde (Mexican Summer) is full of screeching guitars and big, slow burning riffs, distorted psychedelics and hazy harmonies.
Check out the manic, intense (and probably NSFW) video for the Jesus & Mary Chain-y "Hawaii" from Ghost Blonde.
Find more music from headliners Best Coast and Wavves after the jump.
Best Coast, Bethany Cosentino's garage/surf-pop outfit, first debuted her fuzzy pop songs on a series of 7-inch records before her full LP Crazy For You (Mexican Summer, 2010). The latter is pristine: Cosentino's girl-group vocals are right up in front, not under layers of distortion and tape hiss. Her songs are simple but perfectly executed — her hot topics: boys, cats and weed. (Watch the video for the title track, which premiered on icanhascheezburger.) Below, Best Coast serenades a quinceañera:
Download the track here.
Cosentino's partner-in-weed is bro-wave herald Nathan Williams, whose bedroom project-turned-pop/punk/whatever outfit Wavves dropped King of the Beach last year (following 2009's Wavvves and 2008's, uh, Wavves). Here's "Post-Acid" from King of the Beach: