Oneida

Steel Rod

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Fat Bobby, Kid Millions, Hanoi Jane, and PCRZ -- collectively known as Oneida -- mix a healthy dose of '60s soul, and even Can-style krautrock, into their raucous, garage riffing on their Steel Rod EP, which marks the band's shift to the Jagjaguwar label. After an engaging five-song primer (including a cover of Creedence Clearwater Rivival's "Sinister Purpose"), Oneida show what they are really about with a nearly 15-minute-long hidden track: an organ and fuzzed-out guitar-driven freak out.

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