Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Garage Rock Discovery - The Ettes, "Teeth" (also SXSW info)

The Ettes, one of a growing number of nifty garage bands working in Nashville these days, have a new 7" and accompanying video... they've enlisted the help of the Turbo Fruits, another of those Nashville garage bands (and Useless Eaters, a Memphis cohort):

"Teeth" is the opener from The Ettes' latest album Wicked Will. It's limited to 700 copies on three colors of 7" vinyl, and features the previously unreleased "Safely Down the Road" on the B-Side. There are 175 copies on Red Vinyl, 175 copies on Gold Vinyl and 350 copies on Black Vinyl--the band will have all three colors with them in Austin. Or you can order it on their website, linked at the end of this post.

Speaking of which, their SXSW schedule:

3pm - Blurt party/Dog Fish IPA @ Gingerman Pub (301 Lavaca St.)
11pm- Eastside Tone Sessions (301 Chicon St. Suite F)

4:05pm - Riot Act Media Part at Swan Dive (651 Red River)
12am - Krian showcase at the Iron Bear (121 W. 8th St.)

10pm - Beyond Race/Perfomer Magazine/EiPR party at The Lodge (411 E. 6th St.)

12 PM: Quantum Collective/Thrillcall at Whole Foods rooftop

And here's another song from Wicked Will, "Excuse":

Psych, fuzz, garage... what more could you ask for?

The Ettes website

No comments: