THE FUZZ have a new album out “BEST KEPT SECRET”! It rocks very hard indeed. You can hear it right here at Green Monkey or go down to your local store and ask ‘em for it! Ask yer radio station too. In fact, just ask everyone you know. Get gone, baby!
GMR Superstars The OF will be making a rare and possible unusual appearance at Darrell’s Tavern (180th and Aurora in Shoreline) with Strange Jerome and Dick Rossetti :ex-minor celebrity, on Saturday November 14th. This is a full week and a half before Thanksgiving, allowing adequate time for hunting and harvesting for your holiday meal.
It is possible, although highly unlikely, that Darrell’s will be holding a raffle for the Pontiac GTO convertible pictured in the poster. If they hold such an unlikely, nearly guaranteed not to happen raffle, the GTO would go the person that bought the correct numbered beer poured from the correct tap at the correct time while standing on the correct foot in the correct brand of shoe. Must be present to win, void where prohibited by anybody.
Ok you can’t read it so what. It’s psychedelic man. Translation = KING COUNTY QUEENS this Saturday at Darrell’s Tavern out on Aurora in Shoreline. With The I Love Myselfs, Fun Ladies, and The Less Than Equals, featuring Kurt’s giant drum!
“The romantic dreamscape of ‘Gone With The Summer’ reminds me of a slinky Nina Simone cooing in a smoky nightclub in Paris, and while ‘Toward The Dawn’ takes a little too long to see the sunlight, it does deliver another frightfully funky jam from Jeff that transported me right back to some ‘70s album from the likes of Parliament.” Jeff Penczak – Terrascope
I do so love it when people get what the hell we’re up to. Thanks Tony! “Dyer, a 35-year local rock stalwart and head cheese at local indie label Green Monkey Records, dips into the well of first-wave Northwest rock and roll. The result is the joyous audio equivalent of the best sloppy-drunk sweaty house party you ever crashed. Like any good band rocking a house party, Dyer and his bandmates play with grittily fun-loving chemistry, and that’s what makes this ragged little record sing.” Tony Kay – The Sun Break
“Susanne is not a conventional singer, so some listeners might be put off by her delivery, but between the strong lyrics and the creative backing parts, it’s a rewarding listen for those who give it a chance.” Jon Davis -Expose’
Tom Dyer’s latest video for his take on The Fleetwoods’ “Come Softly To Me” features zero humans, just his cat Snicket. A desperate attempt to pander to cat lovers (who are likely to share cat videos with everyone they know) or simply a sad cry for help? Who knows? Who cares? Nonetheless, it is time for you to enjoy the mystery that is Snicket, accompanied by the lovely New Pagan Gods!