Garcia Peoples walk us through their Tweed-powered, triple-guitar indie-rock attack

Garcia Peoples

[from left] Danny Arakaki, Tom Malach and Derek Spaldo (Image credit: Cesar Arakaki)

Garcia Peoples’ adventurous union of indie rock, jam and psychedelia sounds like a dispatch from a '60s Haight Street acid party hosted by Fairport Convention filtered through the downtown New York cool of Television guitarists Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd. 

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Jim Beaugez

Jim Beaugez has written about music for Rolling Stone, Smithsonian, Guitar World, Guitar Player and many other publications. He created My Life in Five Riffs, a multimedia documentary series for Guitar Player that traces contemporary artists back to their sources of inspiration, and previously spent a decade in the musical instruments industry.