When Rivers Cuomo wrote¬†In the Garage, he was writing about bands like Kizzy Hall. ¬†The magic happens in that confined little space, armed with a 4-track, your bandaged instruments, some crotchety amps, a pack of smokes and the cheapest 12-pack of beer you could find at the gas station.
A Touch of Kizz in the Night has the hodgepodge aesthetic of Pavement’s Wowee Zowee or¬†Guided by Voices’ Bee Thousand if they recorded it in their early 20s. ¬†This is eclectic lofi in the most romantic sense, a collection of music that reminds us that the essence of rock and roll is still an unpolished art. ¬†It’s pure, it’s unrestricted, and best of all, it’s catchy as f-ing hell.
No, your glasses aren’t foggy. ¬†This 16-track full-length is only $10. ¬†TEN dollars! ¬†Plus, it comes with a hand-drawn comic and insert and whatever else Kizzy Hall has lying around their bedrooms. ¬†Fingers crossed for some tube socks, fellas. ¬†I’m running out.
Super Limited Random Color Trash 12", hand drawn Busch‚ĄĘ comic, band drawn insert, DL code and maybe a CD?
Includes unlimited streaming of A Touch of Kizz in the Night via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive