Friday, June 10, 2011

This Weeks Short Bursts :: Dananananaykroyd and Stuyvesant

Glasgow's fight pop phenoms are back! Dananananakroyd will release their sophomore set, There is a Way, on their recently launched Pizza College imprint on June 13rd. Unfortunately after an exhaustive search of the interwebs, we were unable to uncover any U.S. release date as of yet. However the album can be ordered through the bands digtal storefront in standard formats as well as deluxe edition that we're opting for, that includes a 2GB USB stick, a Pizza College T, and There is A Way tote. Just because you can never have too many tote bags or T-shirts for that matter. The album was produced by Ross Robinson, the man who twisted knobs on At The Drive In's Relationship of Command, an album that sits firmly in our all time top 20. So this album can't find a U.S. distributor soon enough. You can stream the entire album, both here as well as at Britain's foremost indie authority, Drowned in Sound.

Dananananaykroyd - There Is A Way by WorkItMedia


Hoboken's power poppers, Stuyvesant are set to drop their new long player, Fret Sounds on June 14th. The 10 track album will be issued on Jersey based, Doomsday Records. A play on The Beach Boys seminal recording, the album is filled with rich harmonies, big hooks, and buzz saw guitar play that recalls Husker Du at their absolute poppiest. Sound good? It is. Check out the infectious, St. Cloud as well as the bands brilliant new video for Duly Noted.

Stuyvesant - "St. Cloud" by dromedary


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