Singles with attractive sleeves by virtually unknown artists, priced at $1.00 or less = grist for Wilfully Obscure, and I have to say, this was a gamble that paid off. Dynamic Truths were a Richmond, VA band helmed by Bob Schick, former front-man for Honor Roll and Coral, if that means anything to you, which it very well might not, but I digress. If ragged, indie guitar-rawk a la early-Superchunk is your speed, "You Take It All," will be a little slice o' salvation if there ever was one. The flip, "Profit From Loss," departs on a different trajectory, trading some of the A-side's melody for loftier, more hypnotic environs that these mere words simply cannot do justice to.
A. You Take It All
B. Profit From Loss
The Pubert Brown Fridge Occurence "A Once and Future Thing" 2004 - Inspired by the late 60’s music scene, this is a ‘concept album’ about the last days of 'Pubert Brown-Fridge'. The music is written (largely) by Steve Luca...
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