Endless Boogie | Artist
Endless Boogie is an American rock band formed 1997 in Brooklyn, New York by Paul Major (guitar, vocals), Jesper Eklow (guitar), Marc Razo (bass) and Harry Druzd (drums). The band plays takes its name from John Lee Hooker's 1971 album and they play repetitive one chord riff rock that draws influences from Krautrock, psych, stoner rock and blues. The band members are Matador Records employees plus a professional record collector. They got together to jam and had no plans to record or tour. They played their first live show in 2001 as opening act for Pavement's Stephen Malkmus and have since toured with Dungen and Circle, and released 10 studio albums. Outstanding releases include Volume One, Full House Head, Twenty Minute Jan Getting Out of the City, Long Island and Live at WFMU.
Artist Website: endlessboogie.bandcamp.com
Featured Albums: Endless Boogie
Related Artists: John Lee Hooker, Stephen Malkmus