Brazilian Money make you feel skeezy

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Meet Garret Johnson, freaky British Columbian who preps squawking messy garage slabs at home and sends them off freely to the world on his bandcamp. The wheel is not often a re-invented technology, but sometimes you can slap on some junk yard rims and call it reverse-pimped, if you're into beautiful wrecks. As in, this is some stellar skuzz.

He's got a back catalogue to dive into at his bandcamp, but enjoy his latest export, a full length album releasde in April called This Is Not A Dream. As per Mr. Johnson's suggestion, “d.l. for free and buy a skeezy red tape.”