Inspiring terrifying screams of euphoria, Go!Tsunami ascends from its subterranean machine shop to unleash a powerful dose of instrumental rock and surf on an unsuspecting, immediately willing and ultimately awestruck audience.
Clad in hockey masks and coveralls, the band takes the stage and barrages the audience with high-energy songs that conjure images of hot rods, horror movies, long boards, tiki idols, beach parties, exotic islands, classic cars, pin-ups, cheap beer, and rum. The band’s music is versatile and flows from surf standards to tiki bar exotica to powerful rock. This allows Go!Tsunami to share the stage with a variety of bands playing genres including rock, surf, rockabilly, psychobilly, punk, exotica and more. Go!Tsunami has headlined shows and played in support of touring acts. They are also a popular band for music festivals, like the Hot Rod Hula Hop in Columbus, OH, and tiki events…playing numerous times at the historic tiki mainstay Chef Shangri-La in the Chicago area.
These masked henchmen of horror – “Riptide,” “Stingray Jr.,” “Stan Overboard” and “The Fury“ unleash an auditory onslaught that will make you want to paint flames on your longboard, hop in your hot rod and race to monster lagoon! Experience them at a venue near you…IF YOU DARE!!!
01. Rime of the Ancient Surfer [02:43]
02. Camel Toe [02:58]
03. Midnight in Exotica [03:29]
04. Go!Tsunami [01:50]
05. Curse of the Flying Spider Monkey [02:44]
06. Mermaid vs. Sasquatch [02:33]
07. 40 Feet High and it Kills [02:52]
08. Pirate Prostitutes of the Peloponnesus [02:38]
09. Dia de los Dangerous [03:23]
10. Matango! [03:00]
11. Mt. Midoriyama [02:09]
12. Hot Zombie [02:35]
13. Bushwacked [02:39]
14. Painkiller [01:52]
15. Falcon 7 [03:54]
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4 years ago
Glad to hear you back DaBoss!
I've heard of these guys but never took the time to seek them out! Good lookin' out buddy!
have heard of them too.nice to have you back!
Nice to be back - life is what happens when you make other plans. I'm having a hard time getting the quality goodies we all want to hear so the posts will be less frequent - but they will be unique - I'm not going to recycle stuff everyone has heard or can get easily elsewhere.
Opinions on this are welcome - what options would you like to see?
Reposts of dead links?
Newish and rad?
Rare and hard to get?
All of the above is not the answer I'm looking for that's already here unless otherwise noted - with all the other surf/twang/garage blogs and forums out there - it is more an idea of direction that I would like to hear about.
Thanks for chiming in.
I find it harder and harder to find good quality stuff as well.They're hundreds of so-so surf bands out there,but I always try to bring something special to the game.Most of the hard to find,out of print gems have pretty much been discovered.My posts have been fewer,but when I do finally hear something I want to promote something I never hesitate.I say if someone makes a request for a dead link to be re-upped by all means do it.I say quality over quantity.
i agree with brandonio,reposts of the blog's oldies is a good idea.
i'd also like to say that this blog together with eek the cat(rip) really introduced me to surf music/spy/exotica(had heard only martin denny and the ventures before,and of course i had seen pulp fiction:-p)so it was a new exciting world for me..so whatever the direction or the posting frequency from now on may be,lots of gratitude and keep it up mr DaBoss!!
maybe you're interested in this one
[a "classic instrumental surf" band from Finland]
Aloha from Nuremberg
I am looking for that's already here unless otherwise noted, with all the other surfing garage blogs.
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