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Oneida es una estremecedora e inteligente banda nacida en el barrio de Brooklyn, NY en 1997. Su sonido se caracteriza por sus mezclas de distorsiones electrónicas con una fluída y dinamica sección de ritmo. Desde su formación se han mantenido a la cabeza de la escena "underground", grabando numerosos discos "de culto" desde entonces, haciendo constantes giras tanto en América como en Europa. A la banda le gusta ser comparada con bandas como ESG, Moondog and The Incredible String band… Más información

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  • Avatar de Nagsworth
    Hey what's up, jackals! I've written a piece on the significance of Oneida's "Sheets of Easter" as it's a multi-layered masterpiece of repetition and drone and it's one of the greatest songs I've ever heard. Check it out!
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    vv: Are they worth seeing? Jesus, yes, I was into these guys a bit, heard they were playing nearby and figured it was worth the trip. They're one of those bands that are so much better live, it was absolutely amazing.
  • Avatar de Vtmsp510
    I had no idea these guys were touring. Are they worth seeing? Rated O and Preteen Weaponry have been blowing my mind lately.
  • Avatar de Imnotahipster
    Secret Wars vv
  • Avatar de anawynn
    what album can i choose for a good start ? an accessible and good one ?
  • Avatar de Ghob_
    Best "indie-noise-psych'or whatever" band since Liars or Sonic Youth : FUCKIN' GREAT !!
  • Avatar de OneDrunkWalking
    Kid Millions must be making the Red Bull and Gatorade crew.... rich. Boy got some stamina.
  • Avatar de peter21
    i love this band.
  • Avatar de Nagsworth
    Cracking show in London last week. Opened with Sheets of Easter (that's me contented for the rest of my life then), went off into an odd greatest hits including the mildly obscure Summerland and (I forget the name) one of the tracks from disc 2 of Rated O. Closed with a stripped-back but amazingly groovy Up With People. Satisfied me to no end.

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