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The Jumpin’ Quails suddenly self-generated in November 2005 as a chemical reaction between musicians (four), cocktails (a lot more than four) and beat-garage-surf sounds, and currently live in a time bubble beneath the city of Torino.
As representatives of the purest and most analogical rock and roll scene, that fiery and danceable kind that mixes lo-fi and beat, the Jumpin’ Quails spread their wings and venture into sixties and surf territory: from the sound vortex of the Sonics to the psycho-noise dabbling of Velvet Underground, The Seeds and Blues Magoos. A word to the wise though: like all really original groups, the Jumpin’ Quails remind us of many but are different from all.
After long experience on the Torino underground scene, during which our boys learn to hold their instruments, and excited by a series of European tours, they finally produce their debut album "What's Your Jump Like?", a selection of rough and colorful inedited tracks, that reveal a garage soul that bubbles over onto playful and kaleidoscopic keyboard tapestries.
Stiletto riffs, placid surf rides and acrobatic organ twists: all 14 tracks of "What's Your Jump Like?" will make you dance your velvet jackets off and loosen your little ties, as if you were at an underground beach party, surrounded by waves and pretty girls, free from the constraints of our fast and complex civilization.