The Misteriosos are...
JellyRoll: guitar, harmonica, vocals
Tula Storm: combo organ, key bass, vocals
The Misteriosos play psychedelic rock n’ roll, with other strange influences, but their love of things lo-fi and an obsession with fuzz and tremolo remain consistent. The passion for their sound comes through in their songs, which can verge from in-your-face fuzzed-out rock n’ roll to darkly sweet psych numbers. The band was a finalist in the 2004 Little Steven Garage contest -- and this was their first show! Since moving to the NYC area, The Misteriosos have performed with bands such as The Forty-Fives (Yep Roc Records), Les Breastfeeders (Montreal), and The Blue Van (Denmark). The trio plays in New York City regularly, at venues such as Arlene’s Grocery and Trash Bar.
In a recent performance review in The Morning Call, Entertainment Editor Len Righi notes that “rumbling tones, psychedelic swirls and tight, melodic songwriting are primary virtues embraced by the band.”
JellyRoll and Tula’s past accomplishments include performing at Austin's South by Southwest Music Festival as well as touring regularly, including a 2003 tour and recording session at the famous ToeRag Studios in London, England, where Liam Watson produced their album “Glyn Road.” They have played with acts such as The Datsuns, The Epoxies, The Forty-Fives, Red Elvises, The Slackers, The Seeds, Devlotchka, and The Kills. In 2002, Tula was honored to join Electric Prunes on organ at their headlining spot at The Baypop Festival in San Francisco. They were also pleased to be included on The Best of Little Steven's Cavestomp CD. Their music is still played on WNYU, KUPD, KFNX, and WFMU.
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