The Lovesores' New 7-Inch EP
- cover art by Jason Roberts
There's something hot and yellow being emitted tonight, and the Lovesores
are responsible. The local punkers—forged from the trickle-down of former band Humpers—have a new four-song EP that's pressed on 7-inch yellow vinyl and released by that bastion of all that is loud and dirty, Hovercraft Records
. The songs are quick, chugging, burly punk rockers with thick riffs and terse, yelled melodies. It's called Formaldehyde
, hence the golden color of the vinyl (...you thought I was talking about pee before? What's wrong with you?), although music this raw and ready isn't likely to be preserved in amber anytime soon.
The Lovesores celebrate the 7-inch EP, which was recorded at Opal Studio, with a release show tonight at East End (203 SE Grand) with Crazy Squeeze and Spanish Galleons. Cover's $6. This music doesn't exist digitally, so you'll have to go down there to pick up a copy.