MOAR GARAGE ROCK FOR YOUR EARS!

Do you like to surf? Do you like to tap your feet? Coo, I gotta 45 you’re gonna love!

This 7″ split contains what promises to be some righteous jam’s from Portland, Oregon’s Guantanamo Baywatch and Nashville, Tennessee’s Natural Child. Each of these bands do there respective genre’s justice, with hat tipping riffs to the likes of The Shadows, ZZ Top, and Creedence.

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The Details

Limited to 750 copies! There couldn’t be a better title than Surf N Turf for a split 7” between Portland, Oregon’s Guantanamo Baywatch and Nashville, Tennessee’s Natural Child. While Guantanamo Baywatch bask in the coastal traditions of surf rock, Natural Child deliver the backwoods boogie of the landlocked Southern interior. To be fair, there’s much more to GB than vibrato-soaked Mosrite guitars. The recent Suicide Squeeze signees offset their Dick Dale-styled twang with the trashy hybrid of garage punk and surf rock spewed out by The Mummies. Sure, “Raunch Stomp” is in step with the Ventures’ tremolo-picking tradition, but a song like “Love This Time” explains why the band spent time on the boisterous Dirtnap Records roster. Neither is Natural Child to be mistaken for mere good ol’ boy sons of Skynyrd. Though they’ve certainly got a knack for a country-fried ballad (as evidenced on “Don’t Wake The Baby”) or a sweetly stoned fuzzed-out lead on guitar, the trio are better suited for sharing a beer-soaked bar stage with fellow Nashevillians JEFF the Brotherhood and Heavy Cream than headlining the mainstage at the state fair. Surf N Turf is available as a limited edition 7” (125 copies on opaque red vinyl, 125 on a green and lavender mix, and 500 on black) with a download coupon. The songs are also available digitally worldwide.

**PRE-ORDER will ship on or around November 25, 2013**

Price $5.99





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