|i refuse to rec u such a terrible genre|
|an obvious start would be The Beach Boys' early material |
(particularly any album with the word "surf" in its title)
|Pulp Fiction soundtrack has some sick surf-y jams, other than that idk|
Some old Beach Boys is alright I guess
|There's also this band called "Man or Astro-man?" that might be what you're looking for, check their earlier albums and see if you'll dig|
|Mr. Bungle - California|
BTMI - Vacation
Neither are strict surf rock by any stretch of the imagination, but both are heavily influenced by it and both are masterpieces.
|uhhh pixies bossanova|
put that in your pipe and smokeit
k im out
|Yeah, Bossanova is a good one too.|
|Thanks for the pulp fiction rec. I feel like there has to be some hidden gem within this often annoying genre. I think if band mixed it with psychedelic such as tame impala the result could be cool|
|wheres porch |
|Surfer blood is a great one, its very beach boys esque with some fuzzy emo thrown in for good measure. Another great one is best coast's recent material|
|Pixies - Bossanova |
I love California, but there's not enough surf rock on it for it to count. it's like on 3/10 songs and not even for their entirety since it they all change genre.
|Can't talk about surf music without mentioning the king of the surf guitar, Dick Dale!|
Also Satan's Pilgrims, The Atlantics, Fender IV, The Ghastly Ones, Man or Astroman, The Surf Coasters.
|Kyuss - Sky Valley|
the million dollar question
man or astro man?
...i really wish i knew more but there you go
|Check out The Growlers, easily one of my favorite bands. They've got a great SoCal surf/psych sound, singer's got an awesome voice. Fantastic live show as well. Real Estate's album Days is some good indie surf as well. Check Pond / Father John Misty if you like Tame Impala / Fleet Foxes.|
|you guys rule|