Janitors of the Apocalypse
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Janitors of the Apocalypse

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Spasmatic Inhalation, 1999
1140A, 2000
This Time I'm Not Coming Down, 2003
Things I Heard, TBA
"Champagne Girl" from the Mother Lodge compilation CD
"Live Lunch" WFPK.com


Feeling a bit camera shy



Janitors of the Apocalypse are a quirky little rock band from Louisville KY, that began in 1997 as an improv instrumental group but soon turned into a stripped down minimal rock band. Influenced by the likes of Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Tom Waits, Cheap Trick, Mike Watt, and other innovative artists, we write and perform with a loose pop structure and center on having fun. The Janitors have three CDs selling locally at Ear-X-tacy; “Spasmotic Inhalation”, “1140A”, and the latest “This Time I’m Not Coming Down”, which has been getting regular airplay on 91.9 WFPK and selling online at Galaxydisc.com . Janitors are currently working on the fourth CD due out at the beginning of the year.
We have played locally in the Louisville area too good size crowds, as well as out of town
gigs such as the Southgate House in Newport KY . We have played two live radio shows for
WFPK’s Live Lunch in 2003 and the song “Champagne Girl” is featured on “The Mother
Lodge” CD compilation along with other Louisville bands My Morning Jacket, King Kong , and Digby. We recently played MPMF Fest Sept. 23rd 2004 in Cincinnati.
The Janitors have a site on garageband.com with lots of entertaining reviews of several songs,
Such as:

"Catchy as hell, I dig this.
Its retardly simple, but it has a serious high-school charm to it."-garageband reviewer

"Simple yet I like it!
Great guitar, full of energy. Way to go, you've got me as a fan."-garageband reviewer

"Cool- very different!
I like the way you blended a style that is catchy and familiar with your
own unique sound. I think that you could go a long way..."-garageband reviewer

The geeky live antics and banter of the lead singer/guitarist Bucky Goldstein, has prompted such responses as "He's like the Woody Allen of punk", "He's the Anti-Mick Jagger", and "Yeah, I'll take another Bud in a bottle!"