Cosmodrome 66

The Worm: Drums | Fiftymoons: Electronics, Keyboards

Genre: Electro | DJ, Pop

Sound description: A hybrid between drone-pop and stoner rock.

RIYL: The Warlocks, Dub, Scorn, A Perfect Circle, Moby, Tool, Pelican

No shows scheduled | Post a show |


Inception: San Diego, 2012

Influences: Brian Eno, Jon Hassell, the Kinks, Type O-Negative, Lee Scratch Perry, Gary Numan, the Ramones


Based near SDSU, Cosmodrome 66 features the Worm and Fiftymoons, creating what they describe as a hybrid of drone-pop and stoner rock.

"The emphasis os on a hypnotic part of the instrumentation that varies little throughout the songs," according to the band. "Drums feature a solid meter and a straight-ahead beat, while the bass percolates, creating a propulsive effect beneath the overdriven guitar. We wanted to accentuate certain
parts of percussion for different songs. The ride cymbal or the hi-hats may be more pronounced, treated in mixing, and featuring the groove element of that particular piece of music."

The band released When Lightning Rips the Sky in 2014.


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