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The Bad Off

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"Recommended Music Review"

"New Orleans rockers The Bad Off play dark and sparkly glam-punk that manages to be both ethereal and shot through with electric currents of testosterone…" - Alison Fensterstock- Gambit Weekly

"Get Your Bad Off"

"From the first track, “Bomb Drop,” the album begs to be turned up. It quickly establishes those classic elements of the better LA hard rock bands, but there is a temperance, a freshness that keeps it from sounding cheap." - Justin Burnell-

"The Bad Off Find A Little Lady Luck While Giving You A Kick In the Head"

"...the songs are head-bangingly catchy, hooky but also sensual, mystical, and full of wonder. The band's an efficient live machine, a sculpture of razor sharp bends and breaks." - Jason Songe-Antigravity Magazine


Twilight In Eclipse: 2005 EP
Lady Day: 2007 LP



At the start of 2008 the compelling full length debut from New Orleans own raw, rough, and sparkly darlings The Bad Off was released. 'Ladyday' quickly stroked and finessed the Crescent City press and its audience would soon be steeped in somethin' New from Now Orleans.
One Part; Keith Hajjar, Brian Berthiaume, Daniel Lauricella, Erik Corveaux. Two Parts; Hook and Melody. One Shake; Panache. The result, a dish called success, best served hot! The four members of the band, with verve and whack, parlay the stylings of street Life, alleys, summertime, nighttime, lovers, and more street Life., ..... just right.
Since October of 2004 TBO's tightly wound blend of hard, bombastic swagger ala70's rock and roll has turned heads and volume knobs way up. With strong live performances and attendance, the 2005 EP 'Twilight in Eclipse' showcased The Bad Off as a force majeure. However, the very sudden and beautiful transition of New Orleans would take precedence for the band members and their audience. The 2008 follow up 'Ladyday' earned multiple features in New Orleans Gambit Weekly, CUE Magazine, Antigravity Magazine, and a dazzling online cult following that includes The Bad Off were recently asked to lend their sophisticated and progressive sound for the WTUL compilation "Songs From the Basement Vol.#6." Confident and New Orleans proud, they have been a first pick for many venues and promoters as support for the National Circuit touring the SouthEast.