Track of the Day – THE MAX TRIBE ‘Sweet Reality’

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The Max Tribe plays what the band calls “psych rock n’ blues”, and hey, I’ll go with that. Whatever you choose to call it, their music has a fantastic laidback, groovy, and addictive quality to it. It’s real “feels good and makes you feel even better” kind of music.

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More about the band:

The Tribe was born in 2013 when Nashville native Austin Max (Guitar/Vox) united with Northern Virginia Native Conner Kessler (Drums) at music school in Boston. For a year they developed a psych sound playing around New England. Their Debut Single, “Tape Machine” was featured on Sound of Boston as one of the top 5 releases of 2015. Max, Kessler linked up with Noah Lubert (Keys/Vox) and Rafael Minerbo (Bass) in 2016. Noah and Rafa contributed to form the intertwined charisma that became the group’s signature Psych sound. Over the course of 15 months, the Tribe wrote and Recorded their Debut LP Retrofit at 1867 studios due August 2017. In January of 17, they embarked on a Winter tour covering the North and Southeast. They are currently gearing up for their LP Release and summer tour of the record. Together, the Tribe creates a unique blend of psych rock with influences stemming from The White Stripes, The Beatles, The Doors, The Black Keys, King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, and Cage The Elephant.

‘Sweet Reality’ is taken from The Max Tribe’s album release ‘Retrofit’, released in August 2017, an album that is stacked with great tunes. It is available online:

The Max Tribe’s website / Facebook / Twitter / Soundcloud

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