The Little Black Bottles
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The Little Black Bottles

North Bend, Washington, United States

North Bend, Washington, United States
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"The Little Black Bottles - Werewolf of Moncton"

With horror mainstreaming right now, you have to go out of your way to avoid hearing about vampires, zombies and the like in your popular culture, From Twilight to Pride Predjudice and Zombies, the world of monsters is your door. The Little Black Bottles must have some sense of this, as their debut release might just be indie rock's answer to this interesting trend. Fronted by the married couple Jackie and Myke Fedyk, TLBB mixes the folk-y quirkiness of Neutral Milk Hotel with some of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's bite in their freakshow. "Ginger Snaps," is a sonic highlight, referencing the werewolf-centric horror series of the same name, and "The Devil Takes a Girl" is a fun take on Demon-human romance. Worth checking out, if you can handle the horror. - Thus Spake Drake Blog


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Werewolf of Moncton EP (2010)

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Out of the North Bend hinterland comes the Little Black Bottles, a true Cascadian rock country experience. Founded by Jackie and Myke Fedyk as a two piece, LBB has taken their rollicking, ukulele-driven tavern sound and blown it out into a signature style with wide ranging influences.

Featuring Joy Wood on bass and Jamie Thompson on drums, their horror/scifi/literature inspired songs segue fluidly from the ripping guitar of "The Devil Takes a Girl" to the sweet sentimentality of "Zombie Romance" to the circus dementia "Jimmy the Hideous Penguin Boy".

Playing throughout the Northwest since 2008, LBB is nearing completion of their debut EP, Werewolf of Moncton. The band's upcoming full-length album, Let Them Eat Red Velvet Cake, blends Jackie's country-tinged vocals and clever lyrics with Myke's deft arrangements to generate an energetic, memorable album worth the wait. With standout tracks like "Unlucky in Love," it won't be long before they're dominating the radio far and wide, haunting the airwaves like a shadow with a pompadour.