Jesus Krysler is an energetic and soulful rock power-trio from the scenic burbs of Vancouver, British Columbia, who has been steadily climbing into the indie music spotlight in Canada. The band has been promoting and performing their newly released 3rd album, mixed by Mike Fraser entitled, "ROCK 'N ROLL, WHAT'S THAT?"

US College Radio is now featuring songs from the new album. Stay tuned... Jesus Krysler is working on new material and playing shows around Vancouver! Next rocker at the REDROOM - Saturday, APRIL 5th...

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    ROCK 'N ROLL, WHAT'S THAT?

    Recorded at JK Studios and mixed by Mike Fraser at the Warehouse in Vancouver,BC - November 2012

    "These guys are so good at what they do, it's addictive."    Ripple Music CD Review - July 2013

    "...playing down and dirty rock as it understands it. On those terms, it hits a bullís eye."   Tom Harrison, The Province Quick Spins - June 2013

    "... Kryslerís forte is riff-driven, meat-and-potatoes rock."   John Lucas, Georgia Straight Music Review - May 2013

    "Jesus Krysler is a builder and conveyor of stringed creations..."   Guitar Justice Magazine - March 2013

    Shades of Soul

    Recorded in 2009-2010 at JK Studios with the band and friends and family...

    "...my ears were caressed, loved and fondled by the absolutely stunning "Walking in the Sun.", a fuzzed out, power pop, psychedelic treasure of the highest order. "   Ripple Music CD Review - July 2011

     

    A Sacred Ride

    "Recorded from various studio sessions from 1990 to 2003 and collected for Jesus Krysler Benefit Concert in 2003 with Mud Dog, Rocky Jr. Band and guests."

    Georgia Straight - June 2003

     

    Power pop? Yep, another perfect transition, this time to the darker, glammier, psychedelic-black-light-poster-in-the-garage pop stylings of Jesus Krysler. Holy crap! Where'd this disc come from? Plopping this baby into the player and my ears were caressed, loved and fondled by the absolutely stunning "Walking in the Sun.", a fuzzed out, power pop, psychedelic treasure of the highest order. Big heavy riffs layered in more fuzz than the carpet of a cat ladies hold-in shack. Sweet and sugary, yet rough and garage-y vocals carry us to the big chorus with the urgency of a man rushing to the Emergency Room once he hits the 5th hour of a Viagra erection. Like The Seeds shagging The Beat in the backseat of Baby Woodrose's '63 convertible Caddy. Love it. Simply love it. The touch of female harmony vocals was genius to texture the song. "Another Ride," roughs things up as it drags me along the pavement on the back of its scratchy riff and propulsive bass. "The Roadie," adds a bit more sensitivity to the proceedings than I expected with it's sweet acoustic guitars telling the tale of woe on the road, while "All Alone," is as sweet as a Setting Son gem. If these names wet your mucous membranes, check Jesus Krysler out, and prepare for the onslaught of mighty pop-punk mania that is "Cut My Brain."

    Ripple Music Review July 2011

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