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.

The Details

Super Limited Random Color Trash 12", hand drawn Busch™ 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.

Price $10

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