This popped in my feed this morning and it really suited my mood well. Uplifting non-abrasive garage poppy punk. This is from the Chemtrails’ upcoming EP Headless Pin Up Girl. The full EP will be worth checking out.
Month: March 2017
Dimples’ – Half Moon/Frogeyed
I am not actively DJing right now but I greatly appreciate when people make parts of their catalog available for free. I appreciated it when I was DJing, but i’ve been a bit underemployed so I deeply appreciate it now. I had this one in my cart over at bandcamp forever and realized today they had made it available as an optional free download. Now, when properly employed I always drop in a couple bucks, but for now, I get to download this and it’s available for when I am back in the booth.
And how interesting and weird and awesome is this? The whole album is weird with occasional pop outs of melody and pop. The tone of the guitars and weirdness on this track are perfect for me. How about you?
But it gets better. They just released a new LP on my birthday two weeks back. That’s a nice way to celebrate. I was originally going to say Sebadoh III meets Yo La Tengo. If that first track was more Sebadoh III, this is more weird Yo La Tengo. Though the tracks I heard on the first LP jump out at me a bit more, it’s worth checking out.
The Suitcase Junket – Evangeline
Good morning. Signature Sounds features a lot of classic 50s and 60s style rock ‘n roll. This first single from The Suitcase Junket’s forthcoming Pile Driver LP is pretty great. I like the heavy approach with the overdriven guitar. Almost Bad Company-esque. Reminds me of looking through the record store on a summer day as a teen.