Awesome new band from Fredericksburg, Virginia featuring former members of Stew favorites Carlos, I’m Pregnant. Hope to have more from them soon.
Some really awesome news this week from the fine folks at Comedy Minus One — they’ll be releasing remastered versions of two great, lost-classic albums from Washington, D.C.’s Edsel on September 19th.
If you don’t remember Edsel, well, first of all shame on you, and, secondly, you may know former frontman Sohrab Habibion from his current bad-ass band Obits. Other former Edsel members went on to Fort Knox Five, Chisel, Paramount Styles and Chicago’s own Chicago Stone Lightning Band.
Anyway, here’s a couple tracks to hold you over until September 19th. I think you’ll dig them. I sure as hell do. (Note: “Draw Down The Moon” seems to be wonky right now. Hopefully it’ll be fixed soon.)
This is the first official single from We Are All Where We Belong, the brand new album from Austin, Texas’ Quiet Company (out via Grooveshark on October 4th).
I’ve loved this band for a while now, and I haven’t heard a bad — or even mildly disappointing — track from the album yet. Very excited for this one, and you should be too.
Do yourself a favor and pre-order the album here.
One of my favorite DC bands. Brand new album entitled “Young People’s Church of the Air” coming out in September via DC’s Sockets Records. You need this album.