The hairy, sweaty, two-headed, four-armed entity known as The Easy-Offs was spawned in a dank cellar during the last cold months of 2009. After having played together in the legendary surf/garage band The Treblemakers since 1995, Zak and Robert have developed a dysfunctional telepathy which translates into what one shocked critic termed "a bewildering amount of noise for just two people" on stage. Drawing from a diverse range of influences spanning from the droning Hill Country blues of R.L. Burnside and Junior Kimbrough to the bombastic muscle car psychedelia of Randy Holden and early Black Sabbath, Zak explains The Easy-Offs' motto as "I just play the same stuff I play for myself at home, only obnoxiously loud, and with drums". The Easy-Offs' backwoods primitivism is captured on their debut CD, "Life Is A Drone" (Monochord Records, released October 2011).