Here’s one for the surfers and skaters. With tracks such as “Where the Sharks Swim” and “Ride the Island Baby,” Brews Willis’s Nerped By A Zircon is a perfect mix of vintage surf rock and skater punk straight from the beach. While a ’60s influence is evident throughout the album’s sound, the lyrics reflect the band’s punk attitude with themes of summer and girls. The album cover is the ultimate cherry on top — a zombied-out Bruce Willis smoking and drinking Pabst. After listening to the album, you’ll only regret that you’re not laying on a beach on a beautiful summer day.
– Luz De La Garma
Perhaps it’s best you stay in Thursday night, the 18th of October.
Granted, it’s too soon to turn on the heat in your drafty apartment
and it’s best to keep warm on someone else’s dime, but take our
advice and stay home, make your self a hot toddy, swaddle yourself
in layers of blanket, and turn on your radio for the live sounds
of discomfort from the not so distant southern parts of the
frontière – Northampton, Massachussets.
Grazing 90.3 during the Cabelli Présente, Sans Cabelli hours:
11PM to 1AM will be Horsebladder and Farewell My Concubine who are on a fall tworl.
We are very excited that these wordmusicsmiths, folk of CKUT
past are making an expressed détournement on their
fall twourl for the pleasure of your listening ears.
They’ll also gracing the open space and booming PA of
La Brique on Friday night.