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BRC is a 2 piece band, (Adam Wujtewicz, bass, vocals; Meghan Killimade, drums), hailing from New London, CT. and are centered around hypnotic doom and gloom riffing and slugdy shoe-gaze soundscapes.
We started Bedroom Rehab Corporation in 2008 as just another reason to hang out together and do things we both enjoy. Soon we realized that we had something different. A sludgy brand of punk that didn't need a guitar to carry the melody or a disco drum beat to make indie rockers buy into it.
Taking a Black Sabbath approach to song writing, turning up the speed and adding in elements of 90s hardcore... we recorded and released our first EP Alter Your Spin in April 2009.
After playing only a handful of shows in the New London area over the next couple of years, we got back to the studio and released 2 singles under the Telegraph Recording Company (previously Cosmodemonic Telegraph), record label.
The first being in January 2010 called 5 Nights in Jail, which is a doom and gloom slide blues version of the old Mississippi John Hurt classic. This was the start of our expansion in sound. The slide and effects that were used on that recording set the stage for further exploration in psychedelic sounds and more dynamic, "loud-quiet-loud" song structures. Using elements of drone and noise to create tension and drawing from other influences like Slint, Jesu, and Dead Meadow, BRC has only upped the intensity and heaviness of our set.
The second single Don't Expect Too Much was released in January 2011 and showcases a more focused and melodic version of the old punk sound. Its B-Side "The Point", (a cover of New London Americana band The Rivergods), showed bigger production and a more shoe-gaze take on heavy music.
This constant sonic growth has brought us to the present where we have just released our debut LP Red Over Red, a paranormal seafaring concept record, January 22, 2013.