Jeffertitti's Nile
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Jeffertitti's Nile


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"Show Review: Father John Misty w/ La Sera & Jeffertitti’s Nile at Terminal West – 10/18"

Jeffertitti’s Nile kicked off the night and was a personal favorite. Jeffertitti plays bass for Father John Misty, but most definitely holds his own as a front man. His reverb/fuzz laden guitarscapes are about as far out as the galaxy he wears on his pants. With heavy synths and a steady bass, not to mention drums by J. Tillman himself, the night’s start was full of high energy - The Blue Indian

"Jeffertitti's Nile"

1/21/2012 -That band of mystic heathens known as Jeffertitti’s Nile return to Seattle. Their future primitive space garage vibes were one of the highlights of Escalator Fest 2010 so we look forward to seeing them again but this bill also boasts three of the hands down best local acts going right now- Diminished Men, Rose Windows and the Low Hums. With DJ Mamma Casserole. See you there… - Portable Shrines

"Father John Misty, La Sera, Jeffertitti's Nile"

California—especially Los Angeles—is the nucleus of a psychedelic-ritual-rock bullshit tornado that spins out into the rest of the country, depositing a wave of vaguely occult-inspired trending hashtags in its wake. So it's important to point out when the real deal heads out on tour, and LA four-piece Jeffertitti's Nile is it. Mastermind Jeff Ramuno, the heart from which the band's fertile river flows, has reinvented the desert mountain man as a dude in ridiculously awesome leggings and all-over glitter with purple hair and a beard, his garage-blues howling about love and unity leaping heavenward over laid-back, pulsing jams full of warm 'n' dirty guitar, sincere flange, urgently persistent keyboard, and tambo mysterioso. Jeffertitti's Nile are holistically beautiful and stylish, and they have their shit together onstage—they put on exactly the kind of live show you wish you could get from every glam-rock raw-honey enthusiast, and you'll find it only with them. Ramuno also plays bass for Father John Misty, tonight's headliner - Chicago Reader

"Desert Daze 2013: Jeffertitti's Nile Live Review"

Local psych rock outfit, Jeffertitti’s Nile brought their high energy show to the Moon Stage at Desert Daze during the heat of the day. Opening the set with their latest single, “Upside” (streaming below), was unexpected, but perfect for the setting, as it drew the crowd from across the campsite right into their lap. Despite the unrelenting heat of the sun and layers of dust, the band performed as if it was The Hollywood Bowl. From the shiny jackets to the amazing gear, their authenticity as rock stars was fun to watch and engaging from first note to last. Their love for what they do and their sincere appreciation for the fans was palpable and refreshing. They quickly won me over as my new favorite local band, especially in this genre. With a Sgt. Pepper’s meets The Doors vibe, they created space and atmosphere within songs without losing focus. It provided the best of both worlds - great songwriting with arrangements to get lost in, while maintaining great energy and dynamics that always kept your attention. Lead singer and guitarist, Jeffertitti Moon’s sensitive touch and innate ability to infuse tonal qualities and sound design elements throughout the set mixed with drummer, Ignacio Gonzalez’s off kilter rhythms, not to mention keyboardist, Alyson Kennon’s drool-worthy set up including a Rhodes and a 70s mini Korg, made for the perfect mid-day pick-me-up set amidst a long string of jam sessions. Keep your eye on these kids, they’re sure to be on everyone’s radar before long. - Jacqueline Caruso - The Deli Magazine


Upside (single)


Greatest Hits
Said It Was On
Play With Fire
Same Thing Blues
Mountain Jam
Sleep Tonight



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