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5 Puffs Of 1968: JAY HOLY’s New “Skeletor” EP Is The Most Psychedelicious Thing You Will Hear All Week

by • May 30, 2013 • MusicComments (0)188

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JAY HOLY is a brand new Toronto-based music project with an impressive new EP entitled Skeletor.  If Ariel Pink and John Maus gave birth to a secret lovechild, he would sound a little something like the 5 tracks of Skeletor’s delicious psychedelic funeral pop.  In their review of the EP, NO FEAR OF POP writes: “JAY’s attention to detail and many memorable hooks means every listen reveals just a little bit more of his madness.  Highly recommended.”  Ditto.  You can download your own copy of JAY HOLY’s Skeletor via Bandcamp, and for all things JAY HOLY be sure to follow him on Facebook.  And no post with a mention of John Maus is complete without taking his brilliant “Believer” for one more timeless spin.

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