Without Misty
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Without Misty


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The best kept secret in music



There used to be a pretty good NYC band called Jennifer Convertible. The guitarist/vocalist for that group, Lenny Zenith, is now living in Michigan and fronting Without Misty. Their debut 6-song EP has a zippy freshness, literate and catchy indie rock with a slightly retro, new-wavey power-pop feel, especially with the ooh-la-la backup vocals and groovy synth parts abetting the chugging guitars and solid, unintrusive drumming. From the romantic ballad "Hands" to the almost Bad Religion-like punch of "Superstar," this is a tasty intro to a band I'll be looking forward to checking out in the future. - Jersey Beat /Jim Testa

Here’s what fellow members of www.GarageBand.com have to say:

“Fun kind of Blur-meets-the-Beatles. Great backing vocals. Original. Like the break. Sounds like a fun band to go see, which is what it's all about.

Good tunes.”“..song should be on the radio b/c it is better than most of the meaningless shit on there now.

Great job!…punky naughty high school rock...“

Lyrics and phrasing are some of the most sarcastic I've heard, but not as sarcastic as the guitar solos. Great drumming. - Fellow reviewers/musicians


Elevator Motor Room (EP) -
Dive Records
(Sharp Things/Behoovers)


Feeling a bit camera shy


....ex-NYC noise popper formerly of JENIFER CONVERTIBLE (Puddle Records), raids local midwestern art schools for talented twitchers to drive him around -- forces unfocused musical tastes into small packages; pandomonium ensues...

**Lenny played NXNE in Toronto a few years ago (the best ears in Canada, Barb Sedun was there with Hugo Burnham) with his group Jenifer Convertible, and would love to be invited back!**

Formed in mid-2004 WM has already done many local gigs and played in NYC (Siberia)...they were also invited into Kennel Studios in Brooklyn (DUMBO) to record debut EP on Dive Records (Sharp Things)

Lenny Zenith is a frequent performer at NYC's Loser's Lounge, and has worked with Iggy Pop, Clem Burke, and has been recorded by Wharton Tiers (Sonic Youth, Glen Branca), and James Murphy (LCD Sound System).