Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Catchy and addicting, these 14 songs are impossible to genre-classify. You can call it mod-punk or fuzzed-out new wave, glam-pop, or whatever. These songs show a range of influences as diverse as The Undertones, Elvis Costello, Jay Reatard, and Devo. Isn't it refreshing to hear someone sounding confident, polished, and unlike anything else out there! Rock n roll. Dig!
Listen below to "Laughter On Your Heels I'll Follow" and order here. LP comes with free download of album. Now shipping. ($12.00 for LP + $3.00 shipping in the US....*for shipping outside of US please email: blair.amberly (at) gmail.com)
Posted by Blair at 5:11 PM
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Patty, Kevin, and Johnny make troglodyte, teenbeat garage-punk with enough primitive grit to rival your favorite pebbles, nuggets, and back-from-the-gravers. Their debut single unleashes two essential scorchers into the wild.
"She Does Those Things to Me" delivers a catchy 4-chord foundation before pummeling you with buzzsawing guitars, pounding drums, and a full-on throaty wail. B-sider "Don't Need Your Love" is just as catchy, coated in lo-fi snarl with enough sentimentality and twang to really mean it.
Listen below to "She Does Those Things To Me"
Posted by Blair at 4:02 AM
Monday, July 15, 2013
Adam Widener's debut album, Vesuvio Nights, is at the pressing plant now! After a string of punchy, highly-addictive singles, Adam Widener (ex-Bare Wires, Zygoteens) is about to hit us with his 14-song album. These songs are all earworms! If Richard Hell were backed by Devo instead of the Voidoids, this is the kind of catchy, mod punk/powerpop jams you'd be hearing.
The cover art is above. The album will be available this fall on speakertree, but for now, here's a teaser trailer to get ya ready. Dig!
Posted by Blair at 11:39 AM