I saw this rather dissonant outfit open up for Drive Like Jehu and Tanner in 1993. Their live performace impressed me more than any of their records, but I'd say this single (which was actually the pilot release for the sadly defunct Goldenrod Records label) is the best of their studio endeavors...plus the sleeve is one of my all time favorites in my collection (hence the oversized pic). "Homeless" bears an agile math-rock bent, vaguely recalling Slint, while the sharper of the two b-sides, "UPS Driver," would do Steve Albini more than proud. Line of inspiration: "Life's cold, but I'm colder." Not necessarily the catchiest thing I've shared on here, but then again, what are you gonna do about it?
B1. UPS Driver
B2. In My House
The Hi-Risers "The Fine Art Of Making Mistakes" 2006 - "Their exuberant performances are reminders that Rock'n'Roll used to be a really simple thing." - Democrat and ChronicleThe Hi-Risers play energetic, song-...
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