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The best kept secret in music


"indie workshop"

...So i guess you would like a little enlightenment as to what they sound like? O.k. here it goes. Think epic sounds on a small scale. Or maybe monumental music on a shoestring budget. I tend to think Spiritualized meets Ivy, add attitude and rock-n-roll swagger,and of course the lo-fi aesthetic. - Jake

"Splendid E-zine"

This sextet's self tittled shimmers and is glistening with twinkling guitars and atmospheric dissonance. The set peaks in the 6 minute space pop suite "My baby's all gone, your babys all gone" which drowsily canters along before transmuting into a crashing indie rock answer to Pink Floyd's "Eclipse"... - Steve English

"Delusions of adequesy"

The opener, "Beat the artist" thrives on Nicastro's attitude infused vocals, but beneath that are some pretty guitar lines and and up-tempo beat laced with a wash of distortion and power pop riffs. The guitar lines and percussion on "Big Day Squad" are huge and layered on top of each other in a great big, but enjoyable sound."Stereo to heaven" could be an Archers of loaf song for it's irreverent indie rock bliss - Jeff


2002-Low City Records, Bklyn. N.Y. "I can't sleep" split 7" w/ Hope, star and Browning.
2003-Ambiguous City records self-tittled E.P.
CMJ's top 100 November 2003
airplay in over 100 college radio markets and 15 Core stations.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Bluring the line between rock-n-roll and shoegazer, bringing structure to noise, sparks fly from a kiss bridge every gap in their show with ambient sound scapes and minimal banter. They save the posturing and marketing for the rockers who care to do so.