Alias Punch
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Alias Punch

Orlando, Florida, United States | SELF

Orlando, Florida, United States | SELF
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"Antiwarpt Festival 2011 Spotlight Alias Punch"

Quentin Tarantino would probably like Orlando's Alias Punch. Their sound, an ample helping of fuzzed-out guitar tones wrapped in the cheeky badassery of a 1970's-era B-movie, seems right at home in the background of some afroed-out she-ninja fight scene, western church massacre, or whatever other imagery would surely get Tarantino's directorial rocks off. Snakeskin, their latest EP and single, is not a far cry from that sentiment either. Produced for (or as?) the score of a locally-produced horror flick of the same name, the title track is a 10-minute epic venturing from dark and brooding to frenetic and weird. At times, it hinges on the verge of complete deconstruction — random swells and roars pushing needles into the red with no discernable backing rhythm — before suddenly roping you right back in with reverb-soaked passages just born for the background of some moustache-heavy car chase scene awash in a haze of warm film grain. - Creative Loafing


"Antiwarpt Festival 2011 Spotlight Alias Punch"

Quentin Tarantino would probably like Orlando's Alias Punch. Their sound, an ample helping of fuzzed-out guitar tones wrapped in the cheeky badassery of a 1970's-era B-movie, seems right at home in the background of some afroed-out she-ninja fight scene, western church massacre, or whatever other imagery would surely get Tarantino's directorial rocks off. Snakeskin, their latest EP and single, is not a far cry from that sentiment either. Produced for (or as?) the score of a locally-produced horror flick of the same name, the title track is a 10-minute epic venturing from dark and brooding to frenetic and weird. At times, it hinges on the verge of complete deconstruction — random swells and roars pushing needles into the red with no discernable backing rhythm — before suddenly roping you right back in with reverb-soaked passages just born for the background of some moustache-heavy car chase scene awash in a haze of warm film grain. - Creative Loafing


"Alias Punch "Snakeskin""

...the slop-rock/garage/post-punk music these guys make is pretty damned good, like “Snakeskin,” a morphic 10:21 soundtrack they made for a indie horror b-movie of the same name. Then I noticed that Canadian Winter was following them and, well, I trust Kobi. Now a follow and twelve hours later, here I am having played through their entire discography and made ready to preach Orlando Florida punch. Oh, the power of twitter mon amis. Use it well. - Potholes In My Blog


"Alias Punch "Snakeskin""

...the slop-rock/garage/post-punk music these guys make is pretty damned good, like “Snakeskin,” a morphic 10:21 soundtrack they made for a indie horror b-movie of the same name. Then I noticed that Canadian Winter was following them and, well, I trust Kobi. Now a follow and twelve hours later, here I am having played through their entire discography and made ready to preach Orlando Florida punch. Oh, the power of twitter mon amis. Use it well. - Potholes In My Blog


"Alias Punch: New 4 track EP Hyperborea"

All credit to them. They have managed to take the gruelling monotony of life, (again their own words) and mix it into a Psychedelic / Garage / Rock ‘n Roll cocktail that deserves to be imbibed in quantity on a drunken Saturday night. All in all, a very cool piece of work. Party on! - The Vinyl District


"Alias Punch: New 4 track EP Hyperborea"

All credit to them. They have managed to take the gruelling monotony of life, (again their own words) and mix it into a Psychedelic / Garage / Rock ‘n Roll cocktail that deserves to be imbibed in quantity on a drunken Saturday night. All in all, a very cool piece of work. Party on! - The Vinyl District


"Time To Meet Alias Punch"

a spacey surf/garage rock group that, quite refreshingly, not only has a sense of humor but highlights it. It would be all too easy to label the band a tribute to Man or Astro-man?, what with the pseudonyms and guitar freak-outs, but Alias Punch stand on their own as a group blending retro with current, geek irony with serious appreciation for its references, wacky kitsch with kitschy horror. - Choir Croak Out Them Goodies


"Time To Meet Alias Punch"

a spacey surf/garage rock group that, quite refreshingly, not only has a sense of humor but highlights it. It would be all too easy to label the band a tribute to Man or Astro-man?, what with the pseudonyms and guitar freak-outs, but Alias Punch stand on their own as a group blending retro with current, geek irony with serious appreciation for its references, wacky kitsch with kitschy horror. - Choir Croak Out Them Goodies


Discography

Albums:

Alias Punch (2008)
A New Shade of Blue (2010)
Sly and the Family Stallone EP (2010)
Snakeskin (2011)
Hyperborea EP (2012)
Halloween '93 (2013)

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The members of Alias Punch inhabit the cracks and crevices of the music-ridden, bus-stop town known as Orlando. The 3-piece set consists of Dusty Mondy (bass/lyrics/vocals), Jasper Bleu (guitar), and Eddie Graves (drums).

"All 3 of us have a relentless ambition that tickles us during the sleepless hours of the night and the grueling monotony of everyday life: self-expression. We don't like to take any certain approach to music writing, other than enforcing complete creative freedom. In short, melodies come to us and we share them."