Ever since we asked her take a California road trip for our summer music issue, meeting up with lo-fi kids from San Francisco to San Diego, the mysterious Dee Dee of Dum Dum Girls and The Mayfair Set has been steadily revealing herself, both literally and figuratively. She's played her first shows, signed her first big record deals and now unveils some more of her personal taste with the upcoming single on her Zoo Music label (with Brandon Welchez of Crocodiles), an appropriately scumbaggy little double-sided jam by Austin's Woven Bones. The single, which you can purchase now right here, features an A and B side that both sound like drinking flat warm beer out of an old carburetor, which is actually not bad if there's nothing else around. And since we stole a still from it for the image on the homepage, we included Oswald James' video of Woven Bones playing another recent song, "Your Sorcery," at Austin's Psych Fest #2 a couple months ago. The band will be playing a record release party in Austin on October 18th at Beerland, while Dum Dum Girls will be at CMJ at the end of this month. Make sure to check them both out if you're going to be in either town.
Download: Woven Bones, "If You're Gold I'm Gone"
Woven Bones, "The Minus Touch"