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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Dream Syndicate - "The Regulator" [Rock & Alternative]

The Regulator

"The Regulator" music video by The Dream Syndicate
Added: 26-02-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : The Dream Syndicate - "The Regulator"

"The Regulator" by The Dream Syndicate from the album 'The Universe Inside,' available April 10th

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Directed by David Dalglish

The Dream Syndicate is:
Steve Wynn - lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
Jason Victor - guitar
Chris Cacavas - keyboards
Mark Walton - bass guitar
Dennis Duck - drums
Stephen McCarthy - electric sitar

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One of the most celebrated bands to come out of the Los Angeles "Paisley Underground" scene of the '80s, the Dream Syndicate were different than most of their peers. While bands such as the Rain Parade and the Three O'Clock owed a debt to psychedelia, and the Long Ryders and Green on Red were informed in different ways by roots rock, the Dream Syndicate clearly adored the intricate wordplay and edgy energy of Highway 61 Revisited-era Bob Dylan, as well as the noisy guitars and bracing darkness of the Velvet Underground. Dream Syndicate leader Steve Wynn's initial influences may have been clear, but he was a strong enough songwriter to give the group material that stood on its own, and over the course of their run, the Dream Syndicate took their music in a number of bracing directions. After the stark, nervy sound of their first album, 1982's The Days of Wine and Roses, they crafted a darker and more ambitious follow-up, 1984's Medicine Show, that moved them into a dustier and more rock-oriented direction. 1986's Out of the Grey and 1988's Ghost Stories stripped down the group's approach and embraced a wiry, energetic attack, but they came as the group was winding down. With 2017's How Did I Find Myself Here?, Wynn introduced a new Dream Syndicate and a fresh approach that were, as always, dominated by strong guitars and literate songwriting but this time with an experimental bent that suggested their psychedelic influence was finally making itself known.

May 2019 brought another studio album from the band, These Times; their touring behind the album included several dates opening for the reunited Mott the Hoople.

Tags : 2020, 20s, The Dream Syndicate