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Hypnotic Nights

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Seen by many to be latter-day pioneers of the Nashville rock scene, the duo JEFF The Brotherhood is known for its rockin' live shows, prolific recorded output, relentless work and touring schedule, as well as its family-owned, super cool, vinyl-centered record label, Infinity Cat Recordings, which has been a pillar of support for Nashville bands since 2002 with over 70 releases to date.

JEFF The Brotherhood have built a reputation for stripping rock music down to its melodic rock basics and delivering manic live shows with Jamin's three drums and three cymbals and Jake's three-string guitar and ferocious vocals. The band's work ethic defines D.I.Y., from their simple but compelling videos to their self-produced and critically acclaimed albums (including 2011's We Are The Champions), EPs and singles.

JEFF The Brotherhood received critical acclaim for We Are The Champions, which was recorded by Roger Moutenot (Yo La Tengo, Sleater Kinney, Velvet Underground). The self-produced album took the band's sound, which has been described as psychedelic, classic rock, kraut-punk, garage pop, monster metal, scrungy, filthy, fizzy and fresh, to new heights, while continuing to dig into what Spin Magazine calls "the sweet spot between punk and hard rock."

Hypnotic Nights was co-produced by Dan Auerbach (of The Black Keys) and JEFF The Brotherhood and recorded at Auerbach's Easy Eye Sound Studio in Nashville.

1. Country Life
2. Sixpack
3. Mystic Portal II
4. Hypnotic Mind
5. Wood Ox
6. Staring At The Wall
7. Leave Me Out
8. Region Of Fire
9. Hypnotic Winter
10. Dark Energy
11. Changes

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 17, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B0088XQC9Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,668 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. A. Daniel on July 18, 2012
Format: MP3 Music
Composed of two Nashville-based brothers (Jake and Jamin Orrall), JEFF the Brotherhood is a guitar-drums duo like the Black Keys or the White Stripes. The band's music, however, isn't like either of those bands (even though the The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach produces here). This album serves as the band's major-label debut, and HYPNOTIC NIGHTS is another entry of distorted, fuzzy, punk-rock that sounds like mid-90's alternative.

Beginning with the fantastic "Country Life," HYPNOTIC NIGHTS hits the ground running. The song is a great summer anthem, laced with a touches of saxophone and electronics. The following song, "Sixpack" has many of the same qualities, and these two songs start the album out with a pair of its best tracks. Unfortunately, things stall with "Mystic Portal II", a song that doesn't pack much of a punch and finds the band sounding bored with itself. "Wood Ox" sounds like it has potential, but vocalist Jake Orrall sounds detached and bored with himself midway through. Unfortunately, much of the back half of the album carries this feeling. "Region of Fire" slows the album down completely with its judicious use of sitar. "Dark Energy" feels a bit more serious than other songs on the album, and it pays off -- it's a slowburning, distorted, stoner-rock tune that takes its time. The album concludes with "Changes," a Black Sabbath reinterpretation that the band makes their own. Mellow, slow, and laced with synthesizer, it's strange way to end the album, especially given that the band doesn't really seem to take it too seriously.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. A. Daniel on July 17, 2012
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Composed of two Nashville-based brothers (Jake and Jamin Orrall), JEFF the Brotherhood is a guitar-drums duo like the Black Keys or the White Stripes. The band's music, however, isn't like either of those bands (even though the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach produces here). This album serves as the band's major-label debut, and HYPNOTIC NIGHTS is another entry of distorted, fuzzy, punk-rock that sounds like mid-90's alternative.

Beginning with the fantastic "Country Life," HYPNOTIC NIGHTS hits the ground running. The song is a great summer anthem, laced with a touches of saxophone and electronics. The following song, "Sixpack" has many of the same qualities, and these two songs start the album out with a pair of its best tracks. Unfortunately, things stall with "Mystic Portal II", a song that doesn't pack much of a punch and finds the band sounding bored with itself. "Wood Ox" sounds like it has potential, but vocalist Jake Orrall sounds detached and bored with himself midway through. Unfortunately, much of the back half of the album carries this feeling. "Region of Fire" slows the album down completely with its judicious use of sitar. "Dark Energy" feels a bit more serious than other songs on the album, and it pays off -- it's a slowburning, distorted, stoner-rock tune that takes its time. The album concludes with "Changes," a Black Sabbath reinterpretation that the band makes their own. Mellow, slow, and laced with synthesizer, it's strange way to end the album, especially given that the band doesn't really seem to take it too seriously.

Fans of Weezer, the Ramones, or Pavement will probably find material here to love; HYPNOTIC NIGHTS sounds like a blending of the three bands. For fans of JEFF the Brotherhood, HYPNOTIC NIGHTS is a fine entry into the band's canon.
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By Ben on May 28, 2013
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JEFF the brotherhood is a great simple rock n roll band. if you like ramones or weezer you will probably like these guys.
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By NickWizz on February 28, 2013
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Great album, took me back to when grunge was king. The tracks rock out but keep it simple and catchy. I recommend this album to anyone looking to rock
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By nadia on November 26, 2012
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best album i've heard in a long time. from beginning to end, they move you from summer to winter. sounds so good.
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