Rock and roll, anyone? Â Up in the city of the raging winds resides three gruff bastards of young with a penchant for loud, snotty riffs, pelvis-breaking back beats and an attitude that’ll strip the calcium off your car battery. Â I ain’t got time for holy rollers, but pencil me in for a night out with The Holy Motors.
This 4-track EPÂ doesn’t waste any time. Â Silver Forty-Five kicks off the hinges with a sludgy surf stomper, a gloves-off grudge match between The Stooges and The Beach Boys. Slant Six kicks it up a notch with a visceral balls-out party by way of Jesus and Mary Chain. Â Lowercase j is the groove The Dandy Warhols are still looking for, andÂ No Fuss’Â Misfits-style brew-ha-haÂ puts the exclamation point at the end. Â This is a raucous declaration that The Holy Motors mean f-ing BUSINESS.
This EP is so good, it’s being shared by two labels. Â Follow the ‘buy’ link to get to Greenway Records’ splatter version limited to 60 copies, and go HERE for the Jett Plastic Recordings ‘oil spill’ variant, also limited to 60. Â If $15 is above your pay grade, there is a white wax variant limited to 300 that will only run you $7. Â These bad boys go on sale Saturday, October 3, at 3 pm EST. Â Don’t dilly dally, ya dingus.
The Holy Motors' debut vinyl release. Out through Jett Plastic Recordings and Greenway Records. Available in three variant vinyl colors limited to 60 each: White, b/w Splatter, and b/w Oil spill.
Find them on www.jettplasticrecordings.com and www.greenwayrecords.com.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive