Friday, July 9, 2010

Max releasing Jason White 7"

Posted By on Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 2:12 PM

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Next Tuesday, July 13 sees the first solo release from Jason White, locally renowned for his time in Chino Horde and Big Cats, amongst others. Internationally, he's one of the two new dudes in Green Day.

The two driving power-pop numbers, "Hungover" and "I'm a Mess," are set to be released digitally on iTunes and Amazon. Physically, it's the newest, welcome addition to Max's essential, ongoing 7" library. You can cop the vinyl (and accompanying digital download) here, on the Max website.

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