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New Track: “Kitchen Floor” by Strange Vine

Since first listen I have been a big fan of the big sound created by Strange Vine. While two musicians may not seem like much- the duo of Toby Cordova and Ian Blesse manage to outdo bigger bands with massive sounds that blend bluesy roots with psychedelic rock. Their new song, “Kitchen Floor” offers up the layered talents of Blesse on Rhodes and drums (simultaneously) and Cordova with his smokey vocals and gritty guitar-playing.

Definitive of what I’ve come to know and love of this band, the new single captures the raw essence they present live and was recorded and mixed at The Lost Ark Studio. “Kitchen Floor”, which was produced by the tireless Mike Butler, gets bigger and more intense as it goes along. Another fine example of what happens when a great band and this great producer get together. Crank this one!

Plus you should mark your calendar to see Strange Vine live in March at The Casbah with The Silent Comedy and The Heavy Guilt because that’s a lot of awesome in one room.


About Jen Van Tieghem

There aren’t many things I love more than music. While life spins away at a rapid beat I’ve realized it’s important to spend it doing what I love – enjoying music in San Diego. I have a handful of favorite venues, a heart full of favorite bands, and decided to write about it.

One comment on “New Track: “Kitchen Floor” by Strange Vine

  1. […] away, and Strange Vine is probably gearing up to make more San Diegans fall in love with them (case in point). This is an eclectic mixture and it’s no wonder it sold out. Why, oh why, did you […]


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