Posted on September 25, 2010 by Uncle Critic
Do you know NoBunny? Douche Master Records does, that’s why they put out this new single from NoBunny. Featuring three songs and one of the oddest covers I’ve seen in a long time. NoBunny is like a great fusion of pop rock and garage rock that doesn’t sound as bad as you’d think. NoBunny sort of sounds like a dude grew up listening to poppy rock n roll from ages ago, then discovered garage bands and finally one day found AC/DC existed. Here are three great songs that you should be listening to right now.
‘Brace Face’ Super poppy low-fi rock. This song is catchy as fuck, it’d totally go on a mix tape for a girl.
‘It Tastes Just Like A Milkshake’ Another super catchy song, but this one is more early 60′s rock catchy than a total pop tune.
‘Your Mouth’ It sounds like some sort of disturbing kids song. Super creepy weird and fucked. I love it.
1. Brace Face
2. It Tastes Just Like A Milkshake
3. Your Mouth
Get Brace Face from Amazon HERE
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Posted on September 24, 2010 by Uncle Critic
Douche Master Records brings us some more power pop from Gentleman Jesse and His men. This time it’s just a two song single, but I’ll take it over nothing. Once again Jesse comes and brings forth a great slab of vinyl that any fan will no doubt need to own.
‘She’s A Trap’ A pretty catchy pop song, my only complaint is ‘She’s A Trap’ gets repeated way more than it needs to. Knock down to under a thousand repeats and you’ve got a really good song.
‘I Won’t Say Goodbye’ And what we’ve got here is another case of the B side of a record totally kicking the A side’s ass. A slowed down rock song, like you’d expect to hear being played on the slow dance floor in the 50′s. It’s brilliant.
1. She’s A Trap
2. I Won’t Say Goodboy
Get She’s A Trap from Amazon HERE
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