El Camino Sutra

Band members Keith - vocals, guitar Adam - drums, Sean - bass, CJ - guitar.

Keith Damron pulls an amazing illusion out of the garage rock netherworld with “Timeline;” it’s Grade-A noise rock that simultaneously spins melody-driven gold. If there’s anyone who knows the value of a good hook, it’s Damron.

El Camino Sutra frontman Damron (second from right) has been a part of the local music scene for years.

He’s been involved in the local music scene in some capacity—formerly a member of Bogie & the Turtles and at least a half-a-dozen very short-lived ventures—since his formative years, but El Camino Sutra finally buckles him into the frontman driver’s seat.

Raw and armed with an ideal amount of abrasiveness, Sutra’s 2014 debut EP Bloom keep you on your toes without ever pushing you to shut it off, then write it off—think King Tuff meets Sabbath.

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