When: Tue, November 22
Lots ‘o and lots ‘o influential maestros come through in our arrangement heavy musick. We’re a band of porous substances that soak up what must inevitably be acknowledged as having been done before; we then invert/revert/divert/pervert said it into something that can temporarily push back the Postmodern Blues that maligns 21st Century Schizoid Man. A pastiche pistachio is the kind of nut we are.
Art rock, rockabilly, proto punk, Philly soul, Sunshine pop, power pop, neo-psych, baroque pop, retro rock, heartland rock, freak folk, country rock, jangle pop, American Trad Rock. I mean Growwler loves all that shit. The ability to make unaffected, feel-it-to-my-bones, truly indelible songs is something the group has the ability to do on a day to day basis. We believe in what we do because the first step to convincing is confidence. After that people will eat yer sounds up regardless (sadd fact of faults of human agency and perception). Yet hopefully ever so often the music matches the bark and creation of tangible musical urgency is smelted.[facebook]
Introducing The Memoirs: Seven summers ago, five friends went into The Hangar Studios in Sacramento CA to record what would later be referred to as the “Flower’s Fade Sessions”. Engineered by Frank Maranzino, the sessions took place over two days and were later completed at the studios of Maranzino and David Houston. From the beginning of the project, everyone involved contributed to arranging the music for the sessions. Inspired by vocal duos such as The Louvin Brothers, The Everly Brothers, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Gene Clark with The Godsin Brothers, and The Jayhawks, the music that was created highlighted the vocal harmonies of Natan Rodriguez and Jay Raker.[myspace]
Classic rock cover band