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The Stamps / Press

“The Stamps are, apparently, labeled as Rock, Rockabilly and Americana. Don’t be fooled, however. This isn’t the kind of Rockabilly you’ll get with Koffin Kats or The HorrorPops. No sir. This is something altogether different. Dare I say… better? Whereas Koffin Kats and HorrorPops are more of a Punkish Rockabilly, The Stamps are more of a Rock Rockabilly. The Stamps have a very unique sound, one that I’m not quite sure I’ve heard before, especially when I listened to Truckstop Tragedy. Then when I listened to I Want You Forever, I got a kind of throwback to music from yesteryear. I don’t really know what yesteryear is supposed to mean, but what I mean is that I Want You Forever has a kind of retro sound to it. I can’t really pinpoint a certain era/genre but I think that is partly what makes the song so enticing. It sounds and feels familiar, but you can’t quite place your finger on it. ”

“... getting down with the "Jackson County Fair" album by The Stamps. It's like Frank Zappa, Danny Elfman, Jim Heath, and Brian Setzer were a bunch of horny rabbits in a pen and Robbie Lindauer was a ferret that climbed into the mix, but instead of going feeding frenzy jumped in of the humpapalooza and out came a bunch of fun little ditties put out on one collection ...”

JB Nelson - Dragon's Lair

“... their instrumental capability adds a longevity to the sounds which judder in to the room and I will certainly be adding The Stamps to my party night playlist.”

“Another great way to start the day. Beats which drive a desire to don blue brothel creepers and get on to the floor. Whilst the music serves superbly as merely momentariness, there is a depth of composition which makes it all sound so effortless. The Americana influences add an engaging tweak to the sound, while the bass drills along a steady beat.”

“Yes, I'll be playing The Stamps' Jackson County Fair (title track) on this week's Power Pop Stew! Great Psychobilly sound, great humorous lyrics! Evil Undead Cheerleader will be a must for my Halloween show too.”

Howard Byrne - Wromradio.net

“Ashland trio The Stamps has a boisterous and entertaining energy that will give audiences no choice but to get up and dance.”

Mandy Valencia - Ashland Daily Tidings

“Their sound ranges from edgy hard rock to punk rockabilly. If you love the 80's you'll love the stamps.”

Ashland Daily Tidings