Suburban Korner Kick
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Suburban Korner Kick


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"Artsy Noise-SKK"

Written by Elizabeth Benavidez

First off the presentation is quite catchy. Solar system themes each pull out has a different planet with the earth being the disc. The music is catchy and consistently good. Favorite track goes to track 3 "Unbridled Precision". It's road trip worthy I could completely picture driving down the coast singing along enjoying the mellow rock. The songs are short and sweet which keeps it interesting. Smooth vocals and sing along lyrics sure to fit any mood make Suburban Korner Kick worth adding to your collection.
- Artsy Noise Review

"San Diego Reader - SKK"

Artist: Suburban Korner Kick

Song: “Lares and Penates” (from the CD Option B: To Linger, Remain, or Persist…)

It’s one of those songs that’s in a 3/4 time signature, so it kind of keeps going around and around…like an Irish jig or something. I would say I’d want to hear that song in the context of the rest of their album: how it fits in with the songs before and after it. It’s almost a little bit of a throwback sound…kind of like the Muse. It was guitar, bass, and drums. I didn’t hear anything like a sitar or mandolin. Is that something that you might hear on 91X or 94.9? I kind of doubt it. Songs that are in that time signature are not that easy to pull off. I don’t know if that would work as a hit song. It kind of takes me back to the few years after high school — hanging out and going on a ski trip. - San Diego Reader

"Portland Mercury"

Suburban Korner Kick's debut album, Option B: To Linger, Remain or Persist..., comes handsomely packaged in a deluxe cardboard case, complete with numerous fold-out pictures of planets attached to a swivel hinge. (It's a little difficult to get the disc out of the damn thing, but no matter.) Such elaborate trappings seem at odds with the Seattle duo's minimal garage rock: Each song generally consists of a couple chords getting to know each other very well over the course of a minute or two. A few acoustic-based numbers sound like Jethro Tull crossed with Modest Mouse. Suburban Korner Kick's tight playing gives each lean song a sense of purpose, even if none of the album's songs are as immediately memorable as its fancy, impractical packaging. NL - Portland Mercury


SUBURBAN KORNER KICK- OPTION B: TO LINGER, REMAIN OR PERSIST- SUPPLY AND DEMAND MUSIC- Housed in a thick batch of cardboard slides with art on each slide and then attached with a bolt, no one can say that the two guys who make up this Seattle band (Chris Cox plays guitar, bass, keys and sings) while Chris Croft slaps the drums) are lazy. 18 songs nudge up against one another on here and I like a lot of the garage pop leanings. If nothing else, for ambition alone, these guys deserve a raise. - Daggerzine


"To Linger, Remain, or Persist..."
"Maybe Tomorrow" (Due out in March 2010)



Formed out of many musical endeavors, Suburban Korner Kick is a two and a half piece rock band from Seattle. They released their first album, "To Linger, Remain, or Persist...", in November of 2007 with Not the Usual Shortcut Home Records. The band embarked on a west coast US tour in September 2008 which covered Washington to San Diego. They have been in the studio since early December 2008 working on their long awaited second album which will be released in March 2010.