Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Uncle Touchy - Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Violence

Label: Bandcamp
Year: 2011

I was talking to our fair and benevolent leader, Ipecac (not his Christian name) this morning (early to bed, early to rise) about super-important, very crucial shit, and the name of this band was brought up in the midst of all the really critical, momentous...stuff, we were talking about.
Uncle Touchy is a new band that obviously likes older bands, and hence, play in the grand tradition of that which is covered on this blog, i.e. older bands. Things along the lines of 80's hardcore, 90's noise rock, and 70's boogie rock (which, regrettably, we don't really touch on here, but maybe we should), and a touch of late 80's/early 90's metal (also not really covered in these hallowed halls, and for good reason). I feel confident in giving this release the ole' Shiny Grey Monotone Seal Of Approval (not redeemable for monetary value), and that you will cycle through these songs nodding your head in approval, before remembering the band is called Uncle Touchy, at which time your head will nod in disapproval.
You can listen to the record all you want for free, but you should download it for $5, and not be a mooch all your me.
Also, historical footnote: if you live in or around Atlanta, Georgia, you can see Uncle Touchy perform live at the Drunken Unicorn on November 5th with...wait for it...a reunited Sonn Av Krusher playing a one time get together. So there.



Anonymous said...

"Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man a woman this side of the night-life"

Gray said...

Ah yes, didn't Thomas Paine say that to Benjamin Franklin?

Rusty said...

Digging this. Thanks for hipping me.

toposheet said...

shit, this is so good.

gonna have to name my next progeny after you for turning me onto this.

Anonymous said...

Thx for the love..we available..for everything.

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