Brant Bjork - The Tao of The Devil
By Dave Schwartz

The lights went down and in walked 1970.  Brant Bjork is the real deal – a lost soul from a distant past whose music and ideals remain refreshingly relevant today.  For him, the Stoner Rock (or some call it Groove Rock) sound is something more than just those dusty vinyl records that all the cool kids are trying to emulate.  Bjork is authentic because he had a big hand in creating that stoner rock sound.  His heart and soul can be traced through much of the stoner rock music that flows from the Southern California desert and as a result, his influence on the genre is unmistakable. 

I shared a moment with Brant Bjork on a recent stop in Mesa, AZ.  Watch…

No. Title Length
1. "The Gree Heen" 5:39
2. "Humble Pie" 4:37
3. "Stackt" 3:27
4. "Luvin'" 3:50
5. "Biker No. 2" 4:23
6. "Dave's War" 9:19
7. "Tao Of The Devil" 5:28

Released September 30th, 2016
Napalm Records
Brant Bjork - Tao of the Devil 

DaBelly Host:

Dave Schwartz

Brant Bjork and the Low Desert Punks:
Brant Bjork:  Vocals, Guitar
Bubba DuPree:  Guitar
Dave Dinsmore:  Bass
Ryan Gut:  Drums

Filmed On Location:
Club Red

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