Friday, February 27, 2009

FensePost Love...

FensePost: "Combining the quirky, awkward-but-sexy nature of CSS with a more defined loud-vs-soft side, Eula (MySpace) is a fun new wave group from New Haven. Their music is packed with the loud, pointed guitar riffs and rapid basslines that would make Northwest pseudo punk proud; think a blown out of proportion and hyped-up Kill Rock Stars release.

“HOUSEWOLF” comes to us from their latest EP, Language of Threat. Alyse’s vocals are shouted cleverly; they are emotive but there’s also a lack of emotion. How is this possible? You’ll just have to listen to find out. In a way, it’s a clash of the aforementioned CSS with Mika Miko, and maybe even a hint of OOIOO.

Curious for more? I sure am. Language Of Threat is slated for self-release on March 10. They’ve got two events planned in the near future: this weekend they’ll be playing a special Valentine’s event at Charleston in Brooklyn, and they’ll be at S.W.A.N. fest in Hartford this coming March 28. The east coast always gets the best shows. Nonetheless, keep an eye and ear out for this New Haven trio - they’re sure to make some waves!"

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Eula - Housewolf : "Spastic is most definitely an understatement when trying to describe what this band is trying to do with their sound. In fact, I think that there will be a large number of you who will very easily find plenty of things to love AND hate about it. Personally, I think it's a fun listen that hints at a whole lot of potential, and I hope that their Language Of Threat EP is full of the same. Expect to find out in March. "
- Side One: Track One

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

CD Release at DEATH BY AUDIO!!!!

We're hosting our cd release party at Death By Audio [brooklyn, ny] on Friday April 3rd with Scary River from Baltimore.

Come out and see us tear shit up.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

More Blog Love...

[On Housewolf] "What starts as your little sister screeching in your ear gives way to testosterone laden girl punk backed by “Peter Gunn Theme”-inspired driving bass."

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Left Hip

"Totally classic art-school indie pop, takes me back to the salad days of DIY, zines when music was fun."