BY LISA MROCK
All Them Witches are heavy on the psychedelics, huge on Robby Staebler’s drums, gigantic on Ben McLeod’s guitar and bass, massive on Allan Van Cleave’s keystrokes, and gargantuan on Charles Michael Parks Jr.’s virulent vocals. In other words, their sound is big. Though they are surprisingly light on the witchcraft, the magic lies in their music’s ambience which creates something to the effect of what it might be like if you ever find yourself lost in the Tennessee backwoods and start to hear music. Their latest album Sleeping Through the War offers a more revved-up pace, if the third track “Bruce Lee” is any indication. Sleeping through the next four years may sound like a good idea, but you should catch them live before the next war starts.