Deer Tick-Live at the G-Spot (Wye Oak CD Release Party)

Find the audio from Deer Tick’s set as MP3s after the jump or here as FLAC. They opened second for Wye Oak, after Musee Mechanique at the G-Spot.

Musically they killed it, nothing really original but very solid country-influenced rock. Bassist was a face-melting phenomenon, a musical force of nature. The only downside was that I found Deer Tick’s singing voice irritated me. Mostly because I sensed it was induced rather than natural, which might be completely off-base. In any case, I’m sure that perception would change after extensive listening, but I’m not sure I’m convinced that sort of acclimation is worth the effort. They did, however, perform a hilarious cover of “La Bamba.”

Deer Tick – Intro

Deer Tick – Ashamed

Deer Tick – Little White Lies

Deer Tick – Art Isn’t Real

Deer Tick – Untitled

Deer Tick – Mexican Home

Deer Tick – Easy

Deer Tick – Baltimore Blues No. 1

Deer Tick – Straight Into A Storm

Deer Tick – Dirty Dishes

Deer Tick – Sleep Walk –> La Bamba (cover)

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3 Responses to “Deer Tick-Live at the G-Spot (Wye Oak CD Release Party)”

  1. Jeff Mewbourn says:

    While I liked Deer Tick, I got the impression the crowd was paid to cheer for them.

  2. Gilbert C says:

    That’s what fans do at Concerts!

  3. akhill says:

    thanks a lot for posting this. they’re a fantastic band, and are getting better by the day. definitely check them out next time they’re around; just saw them play a couple weeks ago in NYC Webster Hall, and it was the best they’ve sounded and i’ve seen them play 6-7 times now.

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