Ore (Ore)

Crank this to 9.3 of 11 - Editors' Pick

Released: 2021

Genre: Psychedelic rock

Sounds Like: Colour Haze, Samsara Blues Experiment

Homeland: Portland, Oregon

Ore.

Album Overview

  • Thickly layered heavy-psych with perfectly blended distant (and varied) vocals

  • Complex fretwork accompanied by rich majestic melodies

  • The title track contains dramatic contrast. A wild journey through impressive angles and vision

  • Genuinely thick and heavy involved psychedelia

  • The trio blend subtle harmonies and infuse an impressive chemistry

  • We envision their minds absorbed in mountain landscapes and blissful settings

 

Track Listing:

1. If You Could See Me Now (5:42)

Great shifts in tempo and succinct melodies that resonate more each listen.


2. Willed (5:06)

Post rock riffs pulled back into their clear vibe


3. Cascade (6:19)

Instrumental steadiness, straight and narrow on this one


4. Hooked (4:58)

Tones of indie and dark reflection


5. Transfer (1:24

A true filler and transfer into heaven


6. Ore (8:40) Standout Track

This track elevates the entire experience. Tremendous closer

 

Brew Pairing

Turquoise Mountain Sunrise from Ruse Brewing. Liter fair at 5.2% ABV with a farmhouse funkiness that’s slightly tart, this golden goes bigger than your average saison with a generous dose of fruitiness and a distinct pineapple juice profile. Balanced and smooth, the perfect accompaniment with Ore.


Ore are:

Noah Conroy: Drums/Percussion, Vocals

Tanner Rubottom: Bass, Suspended Cymbal, Vocals

Nathan Mutchler: Guitar, Wurlitzer, Vocals


Follow Ore: Bandcamp


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