Released on LP only via Richie Records in 2012 Spacin's booty shakin' debut, Deep Thuds is finally being released on CD worldwide via Agitated Records in June.
“It’s a record that’s patient, flows beautifully, offers sludgy production, and is packed with killer hooks. It’s an album that uses fuzzed-out guitar for bursts of gutter shredding ferocity. It’s a record that sounds like it could owe as much to Grouper as it does to the Velvet Underground or Hawkwind or the Stooges. No, it’s not a nonstop shredfest like Birds of Maya’s albums, but each deep thud rules.” -Evan Minsker at Pitchfork
"[The] band messes with the genre template of hypnotic riffs and squalling, rambling solos enough to make Deep Thuds a truly distinctive slab of noise, ranging from damaged boogie to weird, drumless analogue synth swirls and frisky, Afro-tinged acid rock… A fantastic example of US underground rock…" The Guardian
The newly formed Philadelphia act that's bringing together kick-flippers, arm-wrestlers, and hackey-sackers in head-nodding, beer swilling unity. Inhales the same fumes that fuel the Velvets workout at the gymnasium, the Stooges sleazy-fuzz with Asheton on guitar, and the groovy zen of Nigeria '70. “The first pearl bestowed upon us in the form of a side project from Philadelphia’s finest gnarled-out Psych trio BIRDS OF MAYA was guitarist Mike Polizzes’ Purling Hiss, and now we have bass player JASON KILLINGER with his very killer and very screwy new project, SPACIN’. Originally a basement-only solo thing consisting of Killinger playing guitar through a pyramid of amps accompanied by a drum machine, Spacin’ has started to squeak itself above ground and into the barrooms of the city with a fully functioning lineup. The dude doesn’t even need the drum machine anymore; he’s got his wife EVA pounding the skins! Previews of their upcoming debut full-length Deep Thuds, shows a unit who knows the economic gain to be had from a good, hypnotic riff. For those who have ever gotten lost for days in the strains of the Velvet Undergrounds’ ‘Sister Ray,’ Jonathan Richmans’ ‘Roadrunner,’ Hawkwinds’ ‘Silver Machine’ or even Deep Purples’ ‘Space Truckin,’’ repeated listening to Spacin’ is required in excessive doses. —Tony Rettman (Philadelphia Weekly)