Sunday, May 8, 2011

MAY CALENDAR!!! (Sorry we've been lazy)

It's been a crazy couple of weeks.  We'll hopefully be getting some new interviews up shortly but in the meantime here is the most awesome shows coming up in the next few weeks.  Also, Happy Mother's Day to Mom's.  Alien and I both have rad moms so make sure to appreciate yours today.

Sunday May 8 - HUNX AND HIS PUNX w. Shannon and the Clams @ Urban Lounge - $8!!
Monday May 9 - of Montreal @ In the Venue - $19.50

Tuesday May 10 - Raekwon the Chef @ Club Elevate - $15

Wednesday May 11 - Vivian Girls w. No Joy @ Kilby Court - $10!!!
***If you want to stay in Salt Lake this night then definitely go see this show.  Should be incredible, unfortunately I will be in Provo at...
***I'm so excited about this show.  If at all possible go to this show.  Both bands are INCREDIBLE and they're playing in a freaking CONDO!!

Sunday May 15 - Crystal Stilts w. Plastic Furs @ Urban Lounge - $12

Sunday May 15 - Jimmy Eat World @ In the Venue - $30

Friday May 20 - MAN MAN @ In the Venue - $15

Sunday May 22 - Guitar Wolf @ Urban Lounge - $12

Tuesday May 24 - This Will Destroy You, Pure X (formerly Pure Ecstasy) & Sleep Over @ Kilby Court - $12
***Super awesome line-up for this show.  All these bands are excellent.

Wednesday May 25 - Radio Moscow, Spell Talk w. Max Pain & the Groovies @ Urban Lounge - $10!!!
***Incredible psych line-up.  Should be a blast.

Friday May 27 - The Devil Whale CD Release @ Urban Lounge - $7
***One of the best local bands releases their long awaited album.  Great live band and just all around nice dudes.

Saturday May 28 - Morning Teleportation @ The Woodshed - $8

That's IT!!!!  Lots of fantastic shows this month.  I'm most excited for Hunx, Wet Hair & Broken Water, Pure X, Spell Talk and Max Pain & the Groovies.  All these shows will be awesome though.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Happy Easter!!!

Vile Blue Shades - John Thursday(yes those are vaginas) *caution* listening to this album may cause increased heart rate, uncontrollable movement of the limbs and painfully hard erections! 

So i woke up this morning with a Vile Blue Shades song stuck in my head, i think it was Jesus' way of trying to get me to go repent cause every show of theirs i went to was full of sin and debauchery.  Thats what their show were though.  Drunk, sweaty dance parties with lots of friends. lots of ass shaking. and lots of licking strangers faces.  Click the link below the pic to buy their LP, seriously though its doesnt do their live show justice.

Its been almost a year since they played their last show at Urban Lounge (and each day that passes my party soul dies a little more.)   They were the best live band EVER.  Ryan missed like two versus in this song but no one there even noticed cause we were all having such a great fucking time.  So get drunk or do drugs watch this video and go bang your girlfriend/boyfriend/orstranger if you dont then youre totally missing the point. 

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Such a great weekend!

It's officially my new favorite holiday.  Miguel, the wife and I had a great day visiting Graywhale, Randy's Records and Slowtrain.  We got to see friends, hear bands and buy some super awesome records.  My favorites we got: Television, Grateful Dead, both Black Angels, Sacred Bones Comp and also found two old Black Flag LP's at Graywhale for cheap.  Wonderful day.  The weekend started off lame with Phosphorescent having to cancel his show due to weather but was immediately brought back to life with Moon Duo being ridiculous at Kilby Court. 
Working on some interviews for the next couple of weeks and also some concert reviews.
We hope you all got out and celebrated the holiest of days this past Saturday but if not remember any day has the chance to be record store day.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Phosphorescent is Tomorrow at Urban Lounge

I think this picture is pretty representative of Phosphorescent's sound.  Stripped down jams wrapped in soft hues perfect for when you've just woken up.  Matthew Houck has recorded three great albums and will be playing selections from them tomorrow night at Urban Lounge.

His label was nice enough to share some mp3's so check him out and see if he floats your boat:  Mermaid Parade and It's Hard To Be Humble (When You're From Alabama)
 Check him out live:

Only $12 at the door.


In 2009 Ripley Johnson, of the uber-rad Wooden Shjips, and Sanae Yamada formed the incredible psychedelic band Moon Duo.  With Mazes, their new record available here and at Slowtrain, they have let some light into their drone jams that populated their first releases.  I was able to interview Ripley about the band and about coming to Kilby Court on Friday night (ONLY $10!!) through the magic of electronic mail so check it out:

Bad News Bear: Are you originally from San Francisco or did you migrate there to be around like minded folk?
Ripley Johnson: I'm originally from New England and moved to California to go to college.  But there was definitely a romantic notion that California would be full of like-minded people, being a big fan of the beats and all things psychedelic at the time.
BNB: San Francisco seems to be producing all my favorite bands lately, from Fresh & Onlys to Thee Oh Sees to you guys I just seem to love anything made out there.  What do you see in the community that seems to inspire such amazing creativity?
RJ: It is a community that is very supportive of the arts, even though financially it is now a very difficult place for artists to survive.  But it is a very open and free place, a comfortable place to let your freak flag fly.
BNB: So you formed Moon Duo in 2009 and have been incredibly prolific since with two incredible EP's, a couple of singles and your first full length, Mazes, which just came out at the end of March.  Is this a pace you plan on keeping up?
RJ: I hope so.  We'd like to continue to release smaller records in between LP's.  I like to maintain that flow of creativity, unhampered by label release schedules.  I was reminded on the radio yesterday that Creedence released their first four albums in the span of two years.  Pretty incredible.

BNB: Were a lot of these songs already kicking around in your head before the band started or was the chemistry just super strong right from the start?
RJ:  The template for the band, which is very basic, was there but not the songs.  It's Sanae's first band so it was easy to establish a good working process from the start.  There was no baggage and lots of enthusiasm.
BNB: Mazes is great on its own but seems intended to be consumed with an intoxicant or two, which would you recommend for optimal enjoyment?
RJ: I'm no doctor but right now I'm really into iced tea.
BNB: As a fellow beard enthusiast, what recommendations would you have for any of our readers about beard upkeep?
RJ: Shaving requires effort.  Growing does not.  Eat your vegetables.

BNB:  What would make for your ideal concert here in Salt Lake?
RJ: Lots of happy folks dancing. 
(Editor's note: That's on you folks!  Come to the show.  Info here.)
BNB: What bands led to you becoming a musician?
RJ: My dad had a huge and varied record collection.  It seemed completely random.  Lot's of good stuff but lot's of complete crap too.  I picked out the early Stones, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, ? and the Mysterians.  It was the Stones mostly that made me want to play guitar.
BNB: What are the bands today you're most excited about?
RJ: Cave, Purling Hiss, Coconuts, Fabulous Diamonds, Peaking Lights, Sun Araw.
BNB: and finally, will my dream of a Wooden Shjips/Moon Duo tour ever happen?
RJ: We've done a couple of shows together out of necessity over in Europe but it's way too much work for me.  So it's very unlikely.

Don't miss this show.  Every song these two have put out so far have been incredible so I expect that the show will live up to that standard.  Once again, it's at Kilby Court on Friday.  It's $10!!!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Awesome Bandcamp Gold!!!

Both of these great albums are name your own price so if you dig what you hear throw them some sheckles.
Thomas Hunter and White China Gold - White China Gold (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)

Super awesome, soulful folky cool stuff.  I love this album, it's so damn good.

Albino Father - Blanket
Awesome local band.  They opened for Sic Alps at Subterranean.  Really cool garagey goodness.  I love this stuff, it's just so pretty.  GET IT GET IT!!

Thursday, April 7, 2011

I've been thinking a lot about this lately...

The Jazz suck pretty bad lately but I'm crazy excited about the future.  They're super young, have two lottery picks and a 7'2" guy coming from Europe who would be the first pick this year if he was eligible.  I have no delusions of a championship next year but if the ping pong balls show us some love we could be freaking awesome in two or three years.
I know this is a music blog but it's also a Salt Lake blog and Alien and I love us some Utah Jazz so don't be surprised to see more stuff about them.


So april 23rd poses a bit of a dilemma.  Eagle Twin is gonna be playing in SLC at Urban Lounge, while Uzi Rash will be getting crazy the same night at The Compound down in Provo.  Its the classic two dates in one night situation, i promise you can't manage both (if Zack Morris cant do it, neither can you).  Both will rule Ill definitely be getting trashy in provo, but heres some vids that hopefully will help you choose.

EAGLE TWIN - Heavy Hooves (this shit is DIABOLICAL, it should be played at haunted houses)

 Uzi Rash - On Safari
go to there myspace( here ) and listen to the track New Masks.  Do it! NOW! its DOPE!

ALIEN  ()()

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

April Calendar!

Friday 4/8 - Matthew Nanes & Tate @ Kilby $6
Saturday 4/9 - Kool Keith @ Urban $17
I remember the first time i heard this song.  I was like 17 in highschool and my bro left for the Soft Fog of San Francisco, leaving behind an unmarked cd with some octagon on it.  This song came on and i had a whatthefuck moment, .  It sounded like it was from the future, the crazy laser noises, ridiculous lyrics about turning invisible and fighting pentagons.   It blew my fucking mind(pretty sure i was high) and none of my friends knew who the hell it was.  The cd got trashed and i didnt find out who it was until 4years later when a buddy played it for me.  My brain recognized it immediately and i was finally reunited with my old highschool sweetheart.  I guess what im trying to say is GO TO THIS SHOW. (ps DJ Q bert did all the scratching on this album.  dope.)  - ALIEN

Monday 4/11 - Young Prisms @ Urban $6
Wednesday 4/13 - Cold Cave @ Urban $10
Thursday 4/14 - Phosphorescent @Urban $10
Friday 4/15 - Moon Duo @ Kilby $10
Moon Duo is definitely my can't miss show for April.  They are so damn great.  I wish they were playing a bar though.
Friday 4/15 - The Submarines @ Urban $10
Saturday 4/16 - Cave Singers @ kilby $10

Saturday 4/ 16 - Mondo Drag & Spell Talk @ Urban $6
Monday 4/18 - Dark Dark Dark @ Kilby $8
Tuesday 4/18 - Starfucker @ Kilby & Urban $12
Awesome good time whenever they come to town.  I love that they play both Kilby and Urban.
Thursday 4/21 - Deftones @ In the Venue $32.50
Old school.  I loved the Deftones and have still never seen them live.  Hopefully that's cured this month although it's crazy expensive.
Thursday 4/21 - Maserati with The Lionelle @ Urban $8
Sunday 4/24 - The Builders & the Butchers @ Urban $8
My second most anticipated show for the month.  This is going to be suh-weet!
Monday 4/25 - Tobacco @ Urban $10
Wednesday 4/27 - Dead Prez & Shad @ Urban $17
Saturday 4/30 - La Farsa & Red Bennies @ Woodshed $7

That's the shows I'm most looking forward to.  Should be a fun month.  I'm sure the Compound in Provo has a few awesome shows this month too but I lost the cheat sheet I had about them.
We are working on more interviews.  I've been horribly lazy in e-mailing and we'll also post some videos and mp3's soon.

Thanks for reading this.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Uzi Rash Group Band

Uzi Rash is a rad band based out of Oakland, Ca.  They'll be playing down in Provo at The Compound April 23rd. I had the pleasure of chatting with them over email and this is how it went

Alien:Who is the Uzi Rash Group and their Band?

: The uzi rash group is not a group of people but an idea or set of ideals (ridiculous propaganda) that work through a set of people. for right now the music band is comprised of max nordile, steve0, courtney crusher, and mick. and sometimes cody. and sometimes paddy. and andy. and laura. but there have been others. for now I (m.nordile) will speak for the group.

A: You guys are from Brooklyn right? And are now based out of Oakland?

M: The group began in seattle wa in 2007 and will end in oakland ca in

A: Ah yes my ancestors Warned me of the year 2012.  What do you expect to
happen and how are you preparing?

M: In 2012 extraterrestrial reptoids that live straddling the gutter betwixt the 4th and 5th dimension will descend from above to eat our flesh and drink our blood. they will harvest our energy from our vessels like the farmer separating the wheat from the chaff. we prepare by giving the gifts of art and music to the world, into the air, through the atmosphere. beautiful groovy mellow vibes that quell hate, fear, and dirty dishes. also, that year marks the end of the uzi rash band, as we began in 2007. following the precepts of our 5 year plan  (according to the rule of 5s) we will self destruct on the shores of mono lake only to be reborn in a more purely dumb fashion.

A: Well both Coasts have exploded with really awesome DIY bands the past few years.  How would you describe both scenes? Does everyone help each other out or is it kind of cut throat?

M: We have explored bicoastality and concluded that california is the more welcoming environ(sic) for our peaceful jaunt to trashtopia. There is a wonderful group of freaks out here creating all manner of rackets and electrical sockets stick out prominently from shanty hotels so that we may plug in and join in the cacophony.

A: Where is Trashtopia And how do I get there?

M: Trashtopia is everywhere. It is civilization. It is every city. It is religion, work, commerce, cars, teachers, bosses, surplus agriculturalism, domestication of animals, serf rock, the arts. It is
the whole shebang. It is our detritus cloaked earth.

A: Who are your favorite Bay Area bands right now?


A: What bands inspired you guys to pick up instruments and make music?

M: We were inspired to create music by having a simultaneous collective vision of the words "UZI RASH" spelled out in sweat droplets on Bud Tutmarcs forehead. it was quite a sight!

A: I know you guys covered a Dolly Parton song, have you ever considered trashing up a gospel song of Bud Tutmarcs?

M: No, we would never cover a bud tutmarc song.

A: How would you describe the Uzi Rash sound?

M: We play the "Northwest Sound", high and freeee, caterwauling and wild,
perpendicular and untameable, formulaic and primitive, dumb and stupid. we are trashbags on a morons errand!

A: Your LP "High and Phree" came with ground up salvia.  I started to think how listening to "High and Phree" on salvia would probably make my head explode.  The first time i smoked it, everyone/thing in the room began to get sucked out of the back door, and i morphed into the table.  Do you have any crazy Salvia stories?

M: I forget wha some LPs actually included atropa belladonna, along with related plants such as jimson weed (Datura stramonium), which have occasionally been used as a recreational drug because of the vivid hallucinations and delirium that it produces. These hallucinations are most commonly described as very unpleasant, however, and recreational use is considered extremely dangerous because of the high risk of unintentional fatal overdose. In addition, the central nervous system effects of atropine include memory disruption, which may lead to severe confusion.

Once, we saw black and white for a few days and had (another) collective vision. we saw the land without buildings or people in the manner it was first presented many many years ago. itwas pretty coolnice.

THIS is pretty coolnice. continue thee asking!

A: How did you get hooked up with the soldiers at The Compound in Provo?

M: Dani nosebleed, an UZI RASH alumni, is a frequent visitor to utah.  she, as well as oakland compatriots Knifey Spoony, pointed us the direction of the compound.

A: You played a Halloween show as The Monks, have they influenced how you perform live?

M: The monks have influenced us in most every aspect except their musical eptitude. "cool" hair too. you can really feel that autumn breeze!

A: Uzi Rash recently put out the "I saw you" 7in, is there an LP coming out that we can look forward to?

M: We will have copies of our third LP "palmwine rumpus vol. 2" (on partngg! records) when we happen upon yr strange desert have this spring. in addition we will have "i was 30 in 2012" coming out on volar records this august.

A: What Can People expect April 23rd at The Compound?

M: People can expect much singing, dancing and carrying on! revelry of a debauched and degenerate sort, total idiocy, explorations of creative expression through maladroit and tuneless musical meanderings, and, naturally, much flaunting of the disregarded "4th wall". fuck it, give us a moist hug. or offer us a nip from ye olde huffing pen. all rash Happenings are byo duster.

A: Anything else you wanna tell the people of Utah?

M: We are fascinated by mormons--our last words.

Thanks to Max for doing an Alien Interview.  Be sure to check them out and buy some merch when they play The Compound April 23rd

Monday, March 28, 2011


Very excited to be able to share our first interview today.  Can't think of a more excellent band to share than Laserfang or a nicer guy to e-mail chat with than Shane Asbridge.  Shane has been one of the more influential members of the Salt Lake music scene since moving to town in 1999.  Here's what he had to say:

Bad News Bear: First, how's South Dakota? Is this a permanent move or is there a plan for a heroic return to Salt Lake's stages?
Shane Asbridge: Well...the move is most likely a permanent one however Lazerfang is still together and so i'll just have to travel to keep it up. We have a show booked on June 4th that I'm really excited about.

(Awesome show on June 4th at Urban Lounge, Ratatat after party, lots of dancey goodness)

BNB: You've been so influential in Utah's music scene for so long, from your days in I Am Electric to Vile Blue Shades, Night Sweats, Laserfang and I'm sure there's a bunch I don't know. What brought you to SLC in the first place and how did you get so entrenched in the music community?

SA: I moved to SLC in august of 99 from Rapid City to go to school and snowboard. I took a year off from college to just work and establish residency in Utah. After that year I finished college at the University of Utah with an English Literature degree. So while I was just getting to know the city myself and Mike Torretta met a guy named Eric Bliss at the skate-park. It was an indoor one and he worked there and I commented on the music that he was playing and how we shared the same taste. He was in a group called Form Of Rocket and wanted to start another project and me and Mike were itching to start a band so we formed a group called V Vast. That group ended up turning into I Am Electric and it all just snowballed from there. I think that at one time i was in four projects at once. That was kinda crazy considering i had 3 jobs and a girlfriend too.

BNB: How did Laserfang come together?

SA: It went like this: I Am Electric was on tour in 2005 or so and we had a big falling out with one the members while half way into this 2 week trip. We finished the tour a man short and came back beat up and tired. We all took a little time to try to figure out what to do now.  One day me and mike were just like lets start a new group with a different sound but with the same members.  So we did. Lazerfang is I Am Electric minus one dude.

BNB: As you know, I'm a bit crazy about the record.  It's brilliant.  Where did the decision to name all the tracks after movie villains come from?

SA: I hardly ever title the songs so we have all these nick names for them like dugga dugga dugga or new one or fast dancy.  Well when it came time to do the record i was like let's name every song after an eighties movie villain. It worked out great because some of the titles actually find relevance within the song lyrics.  

BNB: My favorite line from the album is (I think I got the words right) “We’ve been divided to learn all the facts/well if knowledge is power then we’re all weaklings it seems.”  I know you’re a big Mark E. Smith fan, which I think shines through with those lyrics over that hypnotic beat on Priss & Roy.  Who are some of the other artists you’ve learned the most from?

SA: I actually say "We bent the bindings to learn all the facts".  My favorites are mostly from Europe i.e. Bowie, T Rex, Eno, Kraftwork, PIL, Daft Punk, etc. However I can't deny Dylan, Talking Heads, Television, Velvet Underground, any post punk awesomeness and SOUL MUSIC!!!

BNB: It took you guys so long to get Mammoth out, and I know you’re in different states now, but have you been working on new material?

SA: Kinda sorta. We have 2 songs that we are scheduled to record in june and i have just started to write down some new ideas to pass along back and forth. We also have a bunch of material that we haven't fleshed out yet too. There will be another Lazerfang record. (Editor's note: HOORAY!!!)

BNB: At my wedding you guys played the hell out of some Sam Cooke and I keep hoping to hear it at one of your concerts, any plans to break it out at another show?

SA: It's been talked about a few times. Maybe someday, it's just so hard to do Sam Cooke any justice.
(Editor's note:  Sam Cooke would have loved their renditions.  They were incredible.)

BNB: The main reason we are starting this blog is because I continue to be amazed that no Salt Lake bands have really broken nationally.  When I heard Mammoth I told a friend of mine that if there was any justice in the world, you guys would be playing summer festival small stages this year.  Is there any particular reason you think that Salt Lake bands have such a hard time gaining recognition?

SA: I think that the single most reason for that is our fault.  Hardly any of the great groups in SLC don't tour extensively enough. It's totally up to us as bands to bring our music to the people but it's hard without any financial backing to do that. Gas is so expensive!!! We all have jobs that we can't leave multiple times in one year for a substantial amount of time and what not. It's a chance that is scary to take the older one gets.

BNB: Who are the local bands you’re most excited about?  What have you been listening to lately (local or not)?

SA: NIGHTSWEATS!!! Spell Talk, Eagle Twin and Red Bennies are rad too. I've been listening to allot of Colder, Deerhoof, Deerhunter and Celebration.

BNB: What do you think is the biggest thing missing from Salt Lake’s music scene that would help it thrive?

SA: Touring like i said earlier but also maybe just one group to land a really well known label. Although in my opinion Eagle Twin has done that with Southern Lord Records. Besides that maybe a venue with an indoor water slide park?
(Could not agree more on this part, a bar with an indoor water slide park is the obvious next step in this city's musical maturity.  The Complex has some extra room or maybe a big pool in the middle of In the Venue and you can jump in from the second floor.  Or just water gun night at Urban or Kilby.)

Thanks so much to Shane for answering some silly questions for us.  Laserfang truly is an amazing band that put out easily one of the best albums of last year.  
Go to to listen to Mammoth and then you can buy it there or at Slowtrain.  
Here's a video of them performing Alan Stanwyk at Urban Lounge:

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Wet Hair and Broken Water in Provo Wednesday May 11

wet hair at automatic (chicago) june 26th, 2009 from acid marshmallow on Vimeo.

Wet Hair is incredible. This video's super long but rad and they're playing in a condo with Broken Water, also super awesome. Support these guys by going to the show and buying their great records.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

\m/ METAL \m/

I came to somber realization that i will not be watching my beloved Jazz in the playoffs this year.  Luckily April has some killer/face melting, headbanging shows to distract us from these dark times.  The show i'm most anticipating is Eagle Twin @ The Urban Lounge April 23.  This band RULES.  They sound like they came from hell, in fact i'm sure Satan listens to them while torturing people.  Singer/guitarist Gentry Densley low almost indistinguishable voice kinda sounds like a Minotaur with a smoking problem and drummer Tyler Smith, simply put, hits harder then anyone you'll ever see. When i saw them last, Smith's drumstick broke midsong and nearly impaled me in the stomache.  Which would have been sooo metal.  So if youre interested in powerful noisey Doom/Sludge Metal come to this show! it'll be perfect to get all that Sloan-less agression out.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Stuff Is Coming

We are working on some interviews and stuff but I wanted to let you know about some albums you can get for free on bandcamp.
Wild Vibes - Wild Vibes EP
Cool, slow ambient jams.  Love it.

 Caddywhompus - Remainder
I cannot recommend these guys enough.  Super fuzzy, pop awesomeness.
Catholic Spray - Fruits of the Moon
Awesome lo-fi garage rock.  I love it.

Just a few of the awesome albums you can listen to for free over on bandcamp.  They're also all willing to take money for their music so if you like it buy it.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Show Calendar for March

Monday March 21 - Sic Alps @ Subterranean            ONLY FIVE DOLLARS!!!!

Tuesday March 22 - Menomena @ Kilby Court         $13, buy at Slowtrain, it will sell out.

Thursday March 24 - Castanets @ Kilby Court         $8

Thursday March 24 - The Mumlers & Coyote Hoods (Great SLC band) @ Urban Lounge      $7

Friday March 25 - Something Fierce & Chaz Prymek @ Kilby Court           $8

Saturday March 26 - The Future of the Ghost CD Release Show w. The Spins & SLFM        $6

Monday March 28 - The Appleseed Cast & The Lionelle @ Kilby Court                   $12

Monday March 28 - Akron/Family @ Urban Lounge              $15

Tuesday March 29 - Foster the People & Grouplove @ Kilby Court        $8

Wednesday March 30 - Toro Y Moi @ Urban Lounge            $10

Thursday March 31 - LOOM @ Kilby Court              $6

Spell Talk

Spell Talk from Brian Dimitri Sullivan on Vimeo.

Awesome video of these locals.  It seems unfair to have the best mustache and best beard in one band.  Saw these guys open for The Black Angels a few months ago and almost made me forget who I was there to see.  You can pick up the album Free & Easy here.

Laserfang - Priss & Roy

Very cool, weird video by Laserfang for their fantastic song Priss & Roy.  Their album Mammoth is essential listening.  Definitely my favorite Salt Lake release of 2010.  They're not playing for a couple months but they put on one of the best live shows I've seen.
You can stream and buy Mammoth from their bandcamp:
It's worth purchasing simply for the amazing artwork by Sri Whipple.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Welcome to the Beginning

Nobunny performing Chuck Berry Holiday from LOVE VISIONS.  He's an incredible performer based out of SF.  His last Album FIRST BLOOD was filled with doowop sing-along pop songs and was probably my favorite release of 2010.

While we work on getting some interviews I will post the best videos in the world.