Considering Indian Jewelry's Texas roots and recent photos of them wielding guns and dressed like an acid-dropping militia, you can kind of get why Tex Kerschen is always referring to his group as the David Koresh Band.
Indian Jewelry, with four core members at the centre of a lengthy in-and-out roster, is something of a cult, but Free Gold isn't necessarily the ramblings of a psychedelic drug mob. Its singular drony vision makes allowances for pop hooks that separate the band slightly from other feedback-drenched post-rockers of the early 90s. Probably the most left-field Free Gold! gets is on the very Pink Floydish Everyday, where Kerschen and Erika Thrasher sing a spacey duet over a simple acoustic guitar. The song is incongruous in an album awash with looping effects, fuzzed-out guitars and hypnotic vocals perfect for brainwashing.