Rayon Beach
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Rayon Beach

Austin, Texas, United States

Austin, Texas, United States
Band Rock Punk

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"Rayon Beach"

"We get really excited about bands sometimes, right? Well folks, Rayon Beach are one of the most head-blasting, endorphin-rushing musical anomalies we've stumbled across in a while, and these six tracks of exotic punk psychedelia are just what the doctor ordered. Located terrestrially in Austin, TX but borne of outer limits only imagined by acid casualties trying to find where Syd Barrett lives, Rayon Beach take us on an incredible ride through surreal soundscapes and off-center arrangements, and pull it all together under a tight black umbrella, soaked in afterbirth and glowing like weird moon rocks. With aural slices so scrappy and inspirational, they effortlessly conjoin shards of obscure noise, not unlike the uncategorizable brilliance of The Deviants, Swell Maps, and The Soft Boys, in that inescapable running of the primal Pink Floyd nuance through the chainsaw-style state of mind. With no Gold edition, and only 550 black vinyl copies available of this high-powered 12" EP's maiden pressing, you might want to jump all over this before it's morphed into something unrecognizable from it's original state." - HoZac
- HoZac


"Best Band In Texas"

"Best Band in Texas right now. Check them out and get their new album on Hozac." - TasteRCRD
- TasteRCRD


"Texas Band - Rayon Beach"

"Three chords is all you really need to make a great pop song, Ramones taught us this, Rayon Beach uses a few more strings but the idea remains: keep it concrete, lucid and honest and people will respond. Thus I have responded to this song and the band comes out victorious with their first LP on HoZac that is named for the song in study, Memory Teeth which you may pre-order here. A bustling track with almost Morrison-in-a-cave-on-peyote vocals that contrast well to the stark guitar and bass, its a wonder that Rayon Beach is Texas band and Ive not heard of them until now." - Weekly Tape Deck
- Weekly Tape Deck


"HoZac Band - Rayon Beach"

"HoZac has a nose for the best bits of any garage wasteland and while deftly nabbing Woven Bones from the Austin landscape, they've picked up Rayon Beach as well. Good thing too, because their brand of fuzz pummeling stomp mixed with space dripped psych is far too good to let fester alone the sun. The band's debut 12" has just appeared on the venerable label and it floats from ether scraping trysts to foot stomped garage, with a deft flexibility. A rough introduction that's more than promising to say the least. Pick this one up quick as usual, no gold ltd. edition but 1st press of black is only 550." - Raven Sings The Blues
- Raven Sings The Blues


"Memory Teeth"

HoZac Records is pretty steady about releasing good shit. They don't reply to e-mails and might be too cool super dicks, but they have good taste. The new RAYON BEACH release, THE MEMORY TEETH, is proof of this. Rayon Beach are from Austin and share kind of the same vibe as fellow Austinites, Woven Bones. Fuzzy, dark, weird, good. Peep some of the songs from THE MEMORY TEETH over at their myskizz page and snag it from HoZac. - Jungle Rot
- Jungle Rot


Discography

HZR-052 Memory Teeth 12" EP

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We get really excited about bands sometimes, right? Well folks, Rayon Beach are one of the most head-blasting, endorphin-rushing musical anomalies we've stumbled across in a while, and these six tracks of exotic punk psychedelia are just what the doctor ordered. Located terrestrially in Austin, TX but borne of outer limits only imagined by acid casualties trying to find where Syd Barrett lives, Rayon Beach take us on an incredible ride through surreal soundscapes and off-center arrangements, and pull it all together under a tight black umbrella, soaked in afterbirth and glowing like weird moon rocks. With aural slices so scrappy and inspirational, they effortlessly conjoin shards of obscure noise, not unlike the uncategorizable brilliance of The Deviants, Swell Maps, and The Soft Boys, in that inescapable running of the primal Pink Floyd nuance through the chainsaw-style state of mind. With no Gold edition, and only 550 black vinyl copies available of this high-powered 12" EP's maiden pressing, you might want to jump all over this before it's morphed into something unrecognizable from it's original state." - HoZac