70s Punk Surf Sea Creature

70s Punk Surf Sea Creature


70s Punk Surf Sea Creature


“70s Punk Surf Sea Creature” is a throwback to the vintage, classic punk, and surf sounds of the 1970s. In the dark style of The Cramps, Agent Orange, the Surf Punks,the Stooges, the New York Dolls, and the Dead Kennedys, “70s Punk Surf Sea Creature” brings forth the ominous, foreboding feelings of being stuck in the seaweed while a powerful undertow drags you into the ocean depths. Try as you might to sludge your way toward the shore, the classic punk sounds and the gooey, slimy, sticky hands of sea creatures slither around your ankles and drag you down to drown in horror and dread.

The 70’s surf punk vibe is strong in this retro track, as are the sensations of surf punks surround you on the crest of a wave…danger, horror, and risk are all around, circling you like sharks. California surf punk and psychobilly punk are revived, and the retro stylings of this surf punk tune are authentically vintage.

“70s Surf Punk Sea Creature” invokes the images of beach danger: a seaweed-covered sea creature carrying a damsel in distress out of a lagoon, surf punk protecting their turf, and large wipeout tidal waves knocking you off your board. As you wipe out, gurgly bubbles ooze up to the surface, and the undertow slowly pulls you away.

Applicable Content

“70s Punk Surf Sea Creature” is well suited to the following content:
  • skateboarding videos
  • surfing videos
  • BMX biking
  • extreme sports.

Similar Artists

“70s Punk Surf Sea Creature” sounds like:
  • The Cramps
  • New York Dolls
  • Reverend Horton Heat
  • Dead Kennedys


“70s Punk Surf Sea Creature” features:
  • distorted electric guitar
  • tremolo guitar
  • hard rock drums
  • terrifying organ.


Files in download:

  1. 70s Punk Surf Sea Creature.wav | 2:22
  2. 70s Punk Surf Sea Creature.mp3 | 2:22
  3. 70s Punk Surf Sea Creature – No Melody.wav | 2:19
  4. 70s Punk Surf Sea Creature – No Melody.mp3 | 2:19

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