|Batwings Catwings / Coast To Coast|
|Album:||Coast To Coast||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2017-11-26||Pull Date:||2018-01-28|
|Week Ending:||21 Jan||14 Jan||17 Dec||3 Dec|
|1.||Jan 29, 2018:||Everything A to Z Week 119 |
|4.||Dec 10, 2017:||FMF |
|2.||Jan 19, 2018:||monochromatic moods |
|5.||Nov 30, 2017:||Brains and Eggs |
Coast To Coast
|3.||Jan 12, 2018:||Demo |
|6.||Nov 30, 2017:||butterscotch memory |
Sky Blue Haze
Batwings Catwings was essentially born when TPF's Clay Johnson was voraciously exploring LA's DIY music scene and stumbled upon Dana Poblete, the singer of experimental "ethereal punk" band Puppy Dog, in 2009. Coast to Coast EP is straight up punk rock. The distorting bass sounds which come out in several tracks are a clear sign of their influences (Social Distortion or even The Ramones), which are perceived as late 90's indie rock.|
Like: Farrows, Dead Stars, Boxcar Bandits
Play: 1, 2, 3, 6
1.Totally Outrageous (3:17) - 90’s melodic pop punk.
2.Breathless (2:18) - Loud guitars and crazed indie-rock angst.
3.1000 Volts (3:44) - Pop cali-punk.
4.Sky Blue Haze (3:00) - More 90’s punk rock, nice melodies.
5.Medicine (2:50) - Heavy distorted bass lines, alternative punk.
6.Coast To Coast (3:12) - Melodic pop punk.
|1.||Totally Outrageous||4.||Sky Blue Haze|
|3.||1000 Volts||6.||Coast To Coast|