No B.S. Rock n'Roll... Soulfully extending Sleater Kinney and the Gits.
"So Close finds LC still offering endearing melodies but shading its well-crafted brand of’90s/’00s Indie Guitar Rock (tighter than ever here) with darker tones, sounding like a natural extension of the soulful, no-BS Rock & Roll of The Gits and Sleater-Kinney.
Beth Cheek turns in one of the more remarkable vocal performances you’ll ever hear on a local Rock album" - CityBeat
"Buddha Car has the rag-tag energy of Garage Rock, with the spike-and-sass kick of old-school Punk/New Wave and more than a little taste of pure Pop sophistication..." - CityBeat
The Cincinnati Enquirer said "They're funny, vulgar,
honest...A blend of rock and punk, edgy and sugary-sweet"
CinWeekly declares Buddha Car "A mixture of lo-fi punk energy and perfectly blended harmonies, the album is an instantly likable listening experience - all edge and melody"
Lovely Crash has showcased their music at
Midpoint Music Festival, ChicksRockFest, Indie Summer on the Square and regionally had opening slots with Ass Ponys, Sam Champion, The Fairmount Girls, Scout Niblett, The Bound Stems, Lowry, Oh My God, The LiarBirds, and more
Lovely Crash - "So Close"
Released December 2009
On Citybeats "Top CD's for 2009" list
Lovely Crash - "Buddha Car" - Released June 2007
On CityBeat's "Top CD's for 2007" List
iLove Compilation - "Do I" Tokyo Rose Records 2006
Harvest Moon Compilation CD - "Cherries in the snow"
All Originals typically 35-45 minute sets