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“With the narrowly defined and conclusive title the 4-piece LA based rock band Streetcar Rendezvous has chosen for their second EP (‘Pretty Girls’), the listener might anticipate and connote light and shallow music, music one has heard before somewhere else, music that covers themes often dealt with: love, relationships, attraction, heartbreak. But if the audience is willing to look deeper, to grant the songs time to evolve, it soon finds that the themes might mainly be nothing new, the music approach and execution though is striking. In fact the staging and arrangement of songs on ‘Pretty Girls’ show both diversity and notability.”
“All in all, this is a solid release from Streetcar Rendezvous. Robert’s voice reminds me of the old punk rock singers of old. Though none of these songs are traditional punk (loud, overly filled with energy, etc…) you’ll definitely be brought back to your punk days when listening to the Pretty Girls EP. I am curious to see how they follow up this release in the future. I’m torn between which feel of Streetcar Rendezvous that I like best, the faster tracks versus the ballads. They definitely have a good balance between the two.”
“Combining the sunny pop hooks of bands like Weezer and Blink 182, with the raw honesty and grit of american rock legends like Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty, Streetcar Rendezvous is a band that sounds completely fresh, and totally familiar at the same time. With the state that the current music landscape is in, Streetcar Rendezvous is here to bring back the youthful rebellion that made you fall in love with rock & roll in the first place. ”
"Overall, you’d be missing out on some music if you didn’t go and give Streetcar Rendezvous a listen! At least Propane, Propane because that song is pretty nice."
"Yea! This is great!"