"'Couch Glue' was recorded with Alex Garcia-Rivera (American Nightmare, Piebald) at his Mystic Valley Recording Studio in Medford, MA, straight to 24 track, 2 inch tape, like the gods intended.
This is a heavy, fuzzy slab of rock n' roll for those who insist on leaving their physical reality behind. For those who prefer indica. For those raised by the Super Mario Brothers. And especially for those who just can't quite seem to get up off the couch to turn the record over.
Death Pesos hearkens back to the golden age of dinosauric riffs and gelatinous, sludgy yet sturdy rhythms. Like a time machine to that unbelievable show you saw back in '71, if only you could remember the band's name through the haze of smoke and years gone by.
Featuring cover art by Massachusetts luminary Sean Watroba, the heavy eyelids, perma-smirk and crimson tinted ocular orbs say it all.
Spin this one on repeat and you'll be glued to your couch 'till next time."
Words from Pete Schluter
"Be You Me is led by Jesse Weiss (Palehound, Grass Is Green) and Jack Pombriant (We Can All Be Sorry). They began playing together in 2016, quickly turning improvised jams into fully realized compositions. In their sophomore release Advance To Boardwalk, the duo explores new sounds while still maintaining the saturated fuzz guitar tones of their self titled first release."
Word from Jack Pombriant
See them 4/29 at The Automatic in Kendall Square for an Everytown for Gun Safety fundraiser. Along with Hotline (NY), Dutch Tulips and Deep Secret.
In Union Square across from Market Basket you can find all the retro video games, records, flannel shirts, boots, laserdisc, and more at a little place called High Energy Vintage. For one month you can go in their back room for a special art gallery called Glory Hole. An immersive art show/installation featuring works by Brooklyn-based, MassArt alum Ali Jersey. Explore an eclectic collection of sculptures, drawings, paintings, prints, mixed media, fiber art and a photo booth installation commenting on contemporary Feminism and religion. Exhibition on view till May 13.