“The Last Chucks, with members of The Queers, flesh out their optimistic version of alt rock with a liking to the Counting Crows or The Gin Blossoms on Prozac.”
You can read the full review over at Razorcake
Here’s a new song from our conjoined 7″ with The Evil Eye. It can be purchased here: http://www.dinerjunkie.com/store
Our “conjoined” 7″ with Norway’s The Evil Eye (members of Turbonegro, The Yum Yums, Caddy) is now up for PREORDER over at Diner Junkie Records You can hear a sneak peak in the videos below.
I got the test pressings for our upcoming conjoined 7″ with The Evil Eye. Here’s a little teaser of one track, “Someone To Bring You Light”. Hope you like it.
And here’s The Evil Eye “Vicious Circle”. Literally one of my favorite songs.
Back when we tracked for the two upcoming 7″s Diner Junkie is putting out, we decided to record an old song called “Coffee Talking”. I’m talking really old. Like over a decade. Anyway, we’re not going to put it on anything, so if you want it, come and get it FOR FREE: Coffee Talking
Remember us? We’re a “punk rock” band. Believe it or not, we have a new record coming out soon with my buddy, Tomas’ band, The Evil Eye. Check out Diner Junkie Records’ press release:
split (split), v. to divide or separate from end to end or into layers.
conjoin (kƏn join’), v.t., v.i. to join together; unite; combine; associate.
This isn’t a “split” . . . it’s conjoined.
With our first 7” release, we bring you an unlikely, but fine pairing of two rock and roll bands merging themselves into one spinning piece of colored vinyl glory. Available in both olive green/classic black half n half and olive green & bone a side/b side, these records look just as good as they sound revolving on that dusty turntable of yours.
The Evil Eye (members of Turbonegro, Caddy, The Yum Yums, Silver, Wonderfools), a new band from Oslo, Norway, blasts with a predilection for beautifully dirty melodies and catchy rock simplicity. Their knack for writing the perfect tune, combined with bridges built strong enough to get you across the Atlantic, prove to be an addiction you won’t want to kick.
And the grass is just as green on the other side. The Last Chucks (members of The Queers, Parasites), veterans of the pop punk battlefield, bring hope, heartache, and revisionist principals of well-thought-out chemically tuned imbalances, which implant themselves inside your brain and set up camp for the long cold winter ahead. This is the beginning of the r/evolution.
Please, take a moment to prepare yourselves. All is not the same. As The Evil Eye and The Last Chucks are conjoined here, let their differences be appreciated as one simple unit we call a record.
Check out The Evil Eye
Check out The Last Chucks