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Straight to VHS

Straight to VHS

Rock / Garage Rock New London, CT  US
Casino Baby
Casino Baby
Punk Rock Black Chicks
Punk Rock Black Chicks
Dont call it love
Dont call it love

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Jon Young

Vocals

Jay Silva

Drums

Timmy Taint

Bass

About

Sounds Like: The Wipers, MC5, The Standells

Bio: Straight to VHS is an energy all its own; jittery and hook-clustered with driving melodicsm - all contained, like test-tube'd plague, inside punchy two- and three-minute rock songs.

The band has amassed a number of awards for their releases "Self-Titled" EP and "Rewinder," and will be releasing...See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: RT @aloudonline: More Aloud summer #tour dates, including a return to #NewLondon on July 18 with @PocketVinyl and @straighttovhs! http://t.

Press

“CD Review of "Self-Titled" from The Big Takeover straight to vhs self-titled (Cosmodemonic Telegraph) It used to be that too few bands sounded like The Wipers—other than Hot Snakes and early Nirvana—but like Ready the Destroyer, StV has Greg Sage’s unrelenting riffage prowess in spades on this five-song debut EP produced by Fatal Film’s Matt Potter. Having also rocked Cosmodemonic’s double-CD Powers New London, CT sampler harder than any band this side of 30-year vets The Reducers, the trio bust a fuzzy, sweaty garage punk with nasty bass in an early punk-ish attack, with 70’s Detroit tough guy vocals. It’s only five songs in 11-and-a-half minutes, but its rough and ready, full of piss, vinegar, and vigor, ripping it up like an update on The MC5’s “American Ruse.” And like an MC5, Radio Birdman, early Damned, or Wipers record, when they chant “Hey” every few seconds, you chant with them, fist in the air. (hozomeen.org)”

— The Big Takeover Dec.'10 Edition, The Big Takeover

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