Skip to
YouTube video

Loading player…

Related Tags

The Brian Jonestown Massacre was formed in San Francisco in 1990. The band has had over 40 members since then, but its driving force and main songwriter is Anton Newcombe. Other prominent members have included Matt Hollywood, Dean Taylor, Jeff Davies, Brian Glaze, and Joel Gion. Their sound is heavily influenced by the sounds of the 1960s, but also carries influences from , , , and genres.

Over its decade-long history, the band has undergone a… read more

Top Tracks

Top Albums

Similar Artists


Leave a comment. Log in to or sign up.

  • Avatar for morgaineblack
    Cannot wait to see them in September!!
  • Avatar for fuzzcircles
    I can't wait to see these guys in SF next month ! I also can't wait for their new record!
  • Avatar for Jessssy
    According to a tweet from Anton, it seems to be a double album (album 1 is 2 sides, album 2 is 4 sides). Pre-order iTunes link for Fingertips/Bout des doigts single:
  • Avatar for LiquidSheep
    Anton seems to be slinging quite some new stuff up on the internets. Eagerly awaiting a 'full' record.
  • Avatar for ultima_stella
    Methodrone is the best IMO. Couldn't stand Take It From The Man. Not the biggest BJM fan, but Methodrone was nothing like the rest of their stuff. Classic album.
  • Avatar for voyagertwo
    hi. i'm looking for two tickets for the show in toronto on may 12th. willing to pay above original price for anyone who can help me out - get in touch via private message.
  • Avatar for HoursOfTheMind
    Can't believe I hadn't heard of this band sooner. Everything they've made is perfection.
  • Avatar for cosmicallison
    I think Mini Album Thingy Wingy is an sound revival. I'm loving every bit of it and can't wait for the next release.
  • Avatar for Indierock93
    I really like Mini Album Thingy Wingy from start to finish. They still sound like they did in the 90s, love it.
  • Avatar for LiquidSheep
    I found Mini Album Thingy Wingy a bit disappointing, to be honest. It's not bad by any means, but it's certainly not among their best work, imo.

API Calls