The Wylde Tryfles – Outta Time (Soundflat Records)

Get ready to pump up the volume, folks! The Wylde Tryfles, hailing from the fine wine region of Bordeaux, France, are back and packing a punch with their latest LP, “Outta Time.” These Garagepunkers, led by their dynamic female front, are here to tickle your rebellious taste buds with a healthy dose of fuzz-infused guitar riffs, catchy Vox organ lines and vocals so snotty, they’d give any punk rocker of the ’70s a run for their money.

“Outta Time,” the band’s new full-length album, hits the shelves via Soundflat Records, and let me tell you, it’s a riot! This isn’t just another LP; it’s a time capsule transporting you back to the wild ’60s Garage Punk scene, with strong nods to legendary bands like The Five Canadians and The Music Machine. But don’t get too comfortable in your nostalgia—there’s a groovy twist.

Their sound also features a good sprinkle of ’80s revival Garage with influences from the likes of The Gruesomes, The Cynics, and The Pandoras. Talk about a blast from the past!

One thing that screams out loud in this album is the band’s attention to its production. The Wylde Tryfles have nailed the delicate balance between the raw, dirty vibes of the garage and the crystal clarity of professional recording. It’s a loud example of a dirty fuzz and Vox organ that can only be described as a veritable auditory feast.

“Outta Time” boasts nine original tracks and one cover of The Savoy’s “Can It Be”, each one a love letter to the spirit of Garage Punk. Take, for example, “Why,” a Freakbeat British RNB-infused track with an explosive beat that’ll have you tapping your feet and nodding your head in no time. It’s sure to be a hit at any ’60s-themed shindig.

Need more? How about “Don’t Need Your Lovin’.” This track is a pure, unadulterated Garage Punk classic that underscores the band’s remarkable songwriting prowess in the genre. And let’s not forget “Monsters,” a track that pays homage to the indelible legacy of bands like The Malibus and The Alarm Clocks.

To wrap it all up in a neat little bow, “Outta Time” is an absolute masterpiece. The Wylde Tryfles have once again proven they can fuzz out with the best of them, understanding what fans yearn for in a Garage Punk record and delivering it with style.

Do yourself a favor: if you want to know how Garage Punk should sound, turn up the dial, let your hair down, and let “Outta Time” take you on a wild, ride. Trust me, you won’t regret it!

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