Ward Dotson's first album under the name the Liquor Giants bears the closest resemblance to the goofy swagger of his work with the late, lamented Pontiac Brothers, but while the tone is a bit more organic and rootsy than some of the Giants' later music, it doesn't take long to figure out Dotson is up to something different this time out. While the songs have a endearing sloppiness around the edges, they're also hooky and tuneful in a cleaner and more straightforward manner than one might have expected from Dotson.
Infinite Styles gives the listener a further insight to the many styles of 1200 TECHNIQUES, from breakbeats to funkified electronica...
This EP has been a journey for us… We started, stopped, and started again… At times we thought we wouldn’t...
Songwriter Marc Benning says 34 Satellite’s second album of guitar pop was born of heartbreak. But if Stop chronicles a...
HO HO HO! Happy Holidays from the Rubber Records team!!
The Rubber Records office is currently closed for the holiday season and is set to reopen on January 11.
All orders made during this time will be shipped once the office is back in January.
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