from their myspaceAfterwords Aaron said 'that was like seeing a punk joy division'. The lead singer is awkward, and maybe it's just because being with those guys made me think about the city in a little different way...but that's what makes New York so great, it's not put on, it's just his thing. He's got a job, orders pizza, books a show at DBA, but also has a collection of black light velvet paintings that would blow your mind. Perfectly normal. I can relate to this outsider do your own thing freak direction they have going completely. So uncool, they are cool again.
Looks like it's sold out from Wild World, so check the usual distro's or April 17th at Glasslands you might be able to pick up a copy.
The Nymphettes up after GM were insane energy, the lanky lead singer/guitarist practically had the shakes smashing into the mic, the drummer kept it high tempo and was an all around ridiculous drummer. Solid, fun blasting songs I want to hear again. They have a single as well from Signed by force records that I'm going to look into.