merch page, iTunes, Amazon, or the venerable CD Baby.
Here's a refreshing concept - a Brooklyn band that doesn't sound an inkling like the
trend-hopping hopefuls that typically emanate from that fussed over
borough. Featuring alumni from '90s indie scenesters Jennifer Convertible, the four-piece Tenterhooks pursue a linear meat-and-potatoes power pop muse. Reminiscent of many Not Lame/Big Deal Records signees circa the turn of the
millennium, Tenterhooks neither deviate or advance upon this all-too-traditional, albeit satisfying formula. "Unseen" is Meanwhile in Another Part of Town's most riveting moment, with the remaining tunes paling not much further behind. Dare I say aficionados of Cheap Trick, The Well Wishers and Splitsville will be delighted with this? Meanwhile... will be available in the near future from Sugarblast Records, but for now, preview some songs on Bandcamp.
What I miss about listening to music old school - I have two kids – boys aged 13 and 15. Both sweethearts and they both love music. They spend hours with those fizzy earbuds plugged into their ears list...
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