Concocting a dark, swampy fusion of blues and doomstruck indie rock and roll, the Ukiah Move are a group whose root base are in the South but whose minds have migrated towards the Northeast. The Ukiah Move feature guitarist and vocalist ZZ Ramirez, guitarist and vocalist Brian Hennessey, bassist Andrew Eaton, keyboardist Nick Klein, and drummer Tommy Conte. Ramirez was previously in the well-regarded Florida-based music group American Snakeskin, and once they split up, he relocated to Boston, where he dropped along with fellow Florida exiles Hennessey and Conte. The three finished up sharing a flat, and in a short time they were focusing on music collectively, with Ramirez adding a batch of unheard tunes originally designed for American Snakeskin. The Ukiah Pull soon recorded a set of cassette-only albums utilizing a lo-fi documenting set up, Jazz Mama Is usually Cryin’ and Variants of Chocolate, and began producing a name for themselves using their powerfully atmospheric, evocative music. With time, the music group relocated to Providence, Rhode Isle, and Easton and Klein done their lineup. The Brooklyn-based indie label Wharf Kitty Records offered the Ukiah Pull their first vinyl fabric release having a March 2014 solitary, “Dirt Trip,” supported having a cover from the Coasters’ traditional “Poison Ivy.” Wharf Kitty as well as the Ukiah Pull quickly teamed up for the band’s first genuine recording, In the Reaper’s Quarters, that was released in Sept 2014.