french pop, Geneva
– After "Asile", their very pop and cinematic 4th album (end of 2018), THE REBELS OF TIJUANA are back with a freshly titled EP "La Dominicaine". A...Read Biography
After "Asile", their very pop and cinematic 4th album (end of 2018), THE REBELS OF TIJUANA are back with a freshly titled EP "La Dominicaine". A story about a girl under the sun gone wrong. Again recorded on analog tape at Back To Mono Records by sound guru and all time friend Christain Hierro, 10 years after their first collaboration. Here are 4 Detroit styled garage tracks with fuzz and street like Christmas spirit, all wrapped in the tongue of Ronnie Bird.
With their new EP, The Rebels of Tijuana are going back to their yéyé and psychedelic roots (J'adore ce flic, Un foutu hippie...).
Pressed as 10" vinyls, their cherished format!
La Dominicaine will be out on December 20th.
Hyperactive on stage and in the studio they are stockpiling albums, singles, EP's, compilations, European tours, festivals (Paléo, Printemps de Bourges...) and openings for Jon Spencer, The Charlatans or Sallie Ford to name a few.
The Rebels of Tijuana have made themselves a solid restless rock n roll wankers reputation, known and praised by french and international press (Rock&Folk, Les Inrocks, Canal +, France Inter, FIP, RTS, CISM & CIBL…).
Founding group of Le Pop Club Records, The Rebels of Tijuana add another string to their bow with their music being featured on soundtracks for American and Australian TV series ("You're the worst", "Beyond", "Offspring", "Very bad girls") and a British TV add for Orangina.
Tags: fuzz, psychedelic, garage 60's, french pop, yéyé