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Re-Juicing is Sock Bucket’s Album Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s feature artist is Sock Bucket and his Album Re-Juicing.

Re-Juicing is Sock Bucket’s Album Out Now

This artist is undoubtedly very creative.

A musical research that tends to experiment with innovative sonorities and unusual harmonic progressions.

Tommy Binks the main architect behind Sock Bucket is a visionary artist walking musical paths never traveled before.

In some moments the guitar arpeggios fascinated me like those of the Doors.

His music is an introspective journey to discover unknown parts of our unconscious. I was mesmerized by these songs and for a moment my third eye opened making me feel the universal energy that surrounds us.

Re-Juicing is a psychedelic and magical journey that has the ability to transport you to a parallel universe.

These sounds and melodies seem like an ancestral call or perhaps a message from the future to give us the information needed for a quantum upgrade.

I am very fascinated by the artistic vision of Sock Bucket the avant-garde approach has literally conquered me.

Re-Juicing is Sock Bucket’s Album Out Now!

Innovative and Unique!

Re-Juicing is Sock Bucket’s Album Out Now

Sock Bucket is primarily an ongoing recording project, a place to put Tommy’s guitar-based instrumental pieces. But Tommy has been gigging since the mid-90’s, both as a solo singer-songwriter type and as the guitar player & singer/backing singer with various South Yorkshire based bands: Freak Hands, Batman’s Treaty, Dave Woodcock & The Dead Comedians, The Bobby Dazzlers, Hiram, Tommy Binks & The Alcoholics, P.L.O.D, Silica, Theorem, Dud.

All guitar/bass/keys/synths/percussion/beats by Tommy Binks.

Tommy was born in Rotherham, England in 1982 and started playing music around age 10. He got into home recording on 4-Track tape in the mid-90’s thanks to his brother Joe.

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