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Monday, March 14, 2011

Booyah! Dad releases free E.P.

Posted By on Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 1:33 PM

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The band formerly known as Pilot Whale has released the "Ride the Whale E.P." for free over Bandcamp and, one spin in, it's one weird son of a bee. Also, awesome, hilarious and funky as hell.

The garage dance-rock trio are J.R. Top, Chad Conder and Brother Andy Warr. And they have songs like "Ass Party" and "Poppin' and Lockin' (at the Country Show)." So yep, it's a win/win situation. Cop that shiznit hiznere.

RIYL: Zappa, The Modern Lovers, Grinderman and/or the idea of Nick Cave on bad ecstacy, ass parties

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