Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Rock "N" Roll Ain't Noise Pollution: Peanut Butter Lovesicle - "In The Zone" (Dirty Pride EP)

Peanut Butter Lovesicle are a band made up of 2 Jersey-bred brothers, Jake & Mike D'Arc, and their cousin, Timmy Miller who somehow effortlessly manage to combine the Classic Rock bravado of Led Zeppelin with Cage The Elephant's brand of Country-Rock SWAG. "In The Zone"'s opening riff reminds me a little bit of The Cars' smash hit, "Good Times Roll" (1979); While the lead track was just released to the masses yesterday, Peanut Butter Lovesicle plan to liberate it's companion EP, Dirty Pride nation-wide on Sept. 25th. The band's new EP was "recorded in an 1869-built church in Hudson, NY using 2-inch tape, few overdubs, and minimal digital." Production work was handled by Henry Hirsch, who's previously worked with the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Mick Jagger, and Madonna, and the tracks were then engineered by Rachel Alina. Featured below is Peanut Butter Lovesicle's [other] Blues-drenched, Gossip Girl-soaked video-single: "Black-Eyed Blues," which was originally released back during Winter 2011.

PBL UPDATE: "We are actually playing a pre-release show at Yesterday's on Saturday night [Sept. 22nd] in South Jersey as a warm up to our NYC release shows! We will have the new CD's before they come out... It's in Marmora and we go on at 9PM. We'll play a few mixed sets and one set will be the pure [Dirty Pride] EP set. If you're around, check it out!"

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