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Endless Boogie, ‘Full House Head’ (No Quarter)

By: David Marchese // July 12, 2010

Be the riff. Over 76 minutes and eight tracks (and utilizing what sounds like half as many chords), New York City satori seekers Endless Boogie give themselves fully to heavy blues choogles that ooze toward eternity. The band’s devotion, and listener’s faith, is rewarded with moments — sometimes occurring three minutes into a song, sometimes nine — where muttering singer-guitarist Top Dollar’s perfectly placed bent-fuzz notes and the rhythm section’s electric-mud groove attain nothing-is-something transcendence. “Rubber and road,” he croaks on “Tarmac City,” “settin’ me free.” Full House Head offers another, gnarlier path.

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