5 Questions with Death Valley High's Reyka Osburn
Guitar World|September 2020
5 Questions with Death Valley High's Reyka Osburn
SAN FRANCISCO’S DEATH Valley High recently unleashed “Raise Hell,” the first of a planned series of singles to drop throughout 2020. Describing their music as “aggressive, skronk-disco light fantastic, like Saturday Night Fever on Thorazine,” singer/ guitarist Reyka Osburn isn’t really doing justice to the fact that, basically, DVH are a great rock ’n’ roll band.
Mark McStea

Why focus on releasing singles?

Instead of going into a studio and doing 10 songs, we’re going to be recording two songs at a time. My biggest concern is that you spend a year making a record and people maybe check in on you when you release it, but then, that’s that. In these days of short attention spans, you need to have some kind of event happening regularly to draw people in.

Your choice of gear is most definitely unconventional.


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September 2020