Country Club & The Porn Horns
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Surely one of the most entrancing and entertaining bands that I have seen, Country Club and their beloved Porn Horns manage a sextet of infinite possibilities. Their latest EP, "Friends Don't Make Forearms," (a title that inspires the most devilish grin) is a delightfully zany promenade that whips up the dickens in even the most complacent listener. Very intelligent compositions that transcend buzzword bands and do what music should; it makes you feel good. Witty lyricism and catchy choruses give way to brilliant harmonies and skillful instrumental breaks. Possessing all the talent and foolery that a band with Porn Horns might, Country Club has bestowed upon us a record that is a stunning amusement brimming with rock and roll beauty. - The Deli Magazine


These Brooklynites have broken from the trends of today's average rock band by infusing their music with brass instruments and non-stop energy. There is no doubt that CCATPH's sound is colorful, fun and infectious. It would be a mistake to overlook these guys.
- freeindie.com


Country Club spits out high energy music with a melange of sounds and styles. The band's upbeat songs are instantly contagious and after listening to their latest EP, "Friends Don't Make Forearms," one wonders why horns aren't use more frequently in rock music nowadays. - Underrated Magazine


They have a horn section that rocks like Rocket From The Crypt's always wanted to. They have the same sexy, confident swagger David Lee Roth had in his prime. And they have a weird, cinematic uniqueness to them that doesn't sound like Mr. Bungle, but if Mr. Bungle were going to high-five any band, Country Club would be the one. - Tastes Like Chicken


The Porn Horns can turn an ordinary rock and roll groove into a seedy gangster shakedown in eight bars. Their solo moments are interesting and expressive, but when they play together, it's the musical equivalent of a heavyweight's roundhouse right. - NJ.com


Discography

"2 Under Par" - 7 inch 45 rpm - August, 2006

"Friends Don't Make Forearms" - EP - June, 2005

"Station Wagon Revolution" - LP - May, 2004

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Country Club & the Porn Horns play bold, brash, high-energy rock 'n' roll with a three-piece horn section front-and-center. Their musicianship and unrelenting drive on-stage have consistently won over crowds.

The band formed in 2000 as a means for a bunch of like-minded musicians to play everything and anything they desired. Since then, our sound and style has developed into what lies before you. We call it rock & roll with horns.