Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Victory & Associates - Party Savior

One of the coolest things about turntable.fm is that you meet people who like music. Really, really like music. People on that site play music, make music, talk about music, write about music, collect music, live and even eat music. I met Conan Neutron there, and I think he does all of those things, all at the same time somehow. I'm not quite sure how he does it.

Anyway, I managed to talk him into sending me one of his bands' 7" with my order of his Victory & Associates full length LP. What a blast these two records are. Good ol' fashioned Indie RAWK (LOUD, not like that wimpy current Indie stuff) is timeless; and Victory & Associates fits in with a lot of this blogs' stuff from 20 years ago, yet still manages to sound all fresh and new at the same time.

A: Party Savior
B: Thousandaire
(and please- go buy the LP, it's cheap, and it's worth it for "You Can't Eat Prestige" alone)

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