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Indian Jewelry

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Indian Jewelry Music Videos

Yeha Noha Play Video

Yeha Noha

Yeha Noha is a remixed version of the Navajo Shoe Game song, included in the Album Indians. https://itunes.apple.com/it/album/indians/id718463490?uo=4 The song describes the Giant's (Yé'iitsoh) lament at the owl's...

'Grass' Play Video


Video entry for Relative Desire Soundtraxs competition.'Grass' by Weird Naked Indian

'Ten and Out' Play Video

'Ten and Out'

Video entry for Relative Desire Soundtraxs competition.'Ten and Out' by Weird Naked Indian

'Barrels of Guns' Play Video

'Barrels of Guns'

Video entry for Relative Desire Soundtraxs competition.'Barrels of Guns' by Weird Naked Indian

'Believe' Play Video


Video entry for Relative Desire Soundtraxs competition.'Believe' by Weird Naked Indian

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Indian Jewelry Biography

Indian Jewelry is a band from Houston, Texas that is known for its vision music and seizure-inducing stage show. Since forming in 2002 the band has gone through several touring incarnations as Hong Kong, the Turquoise Diamonds, BENZENE LOTION RASH, the Corpses of Waco, Electric Fuck All, NTX+ELECTRIC, and the Perpetual War Party Band, among others. According to their website, they come from a Swarm of Angels.[http://www.swarmofangels.com/ntxwho.html]

"The most mind-controlling band I ever saw was Indian Jewelry. During a set at the Echo four or five or six years ago, they found some top-secret dial on the back of their synthesizer and slowly started turning up the insanity, pounding away at the same unrelenting riff until a roomful of people was twitching and frothing at the mouth. So you could say I've got high hopes for this appearance at Part Time Punks' anniversary show. These weaponsgrade Texan psychedelicists match truly primitive electronics, rhythms like Konono N?1, bleeps and wooshes from some kind of Soviet radar system, etc., to unending slo-mo distorto guitar that fills the room like boiling oil and ghost vocal" --Chris Ziegler, LA Weekly

Like other underground bands and their psychedelic rock predecessors, Indian Jewelry are prone to sonic and comic experiments.

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