Shellshag / Shellshag
Album: Shellshag   Collection:General
Artist:Shellshag   Added:Jan 2005

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2005-06-05 Pull Date: 2005-08-07
Week Ending: Aug 7 Jul 31 Jul 3 Jun 19 Jun 12
Airplays: 1 1 1 2 4

Recent Airplay
1. Jan 16, 2013: Wednesday Night live
4. Aug 06, 2005: On The Warpath
2. Aug 16, 2008: On The Warpath
Garys Note
5. Jul 30, 2005: On The Warpath
3. Aug 02, 2007: logic of love
6. Jul 01, 2005: Distraction-Limited
Same Fears

Album Review
Katie P.
Reviewed 2005-05-19
Shellshag "Shellshag" – Raw rough stripped-down rock. This male/female duo puts out some nice minimal rock on this EP (recorded by Pavement's Gary Young). Raw simple guitars and drums (without bass drum or cymbals). Vocals are both male and female, often spoken/sung. It's also recorded in a way that the stereo separation is sometimes really apparent. On some songs guitar is exclusively in the left channel with drums in the right. All the songs are fun and worth checking out.
My Picks: 1, 4
Katie P. 5/19/05

1)Solid midtempo with a repetitive guitar line. Simple drums. Male and female spoken/sung vocals are both slightly distorted. Stripped down garage rock. Raw.
2)Nice tom-toms and simple abrupt guitar strumming. Again slightly distorted male/female spoken/sung vocals. Slightly faster midtempo.
3)Solid midtempo with tom-tom drums and simple raw guitar line. Male/female vocals are sung/spoken. Everything sounds at least a little distorted and raw.
4)Crazy overblown start/stop guitar with male vocals yelling “1, 2, 3” here and there. These are the only lyrics. Kinda fun and kooky.
5)Slower and dragging. Quiet male/female vocals. Guitar is slow strumming with slow drum smack on top. Very repetitive lyrics. Nice vocal harmonies. Ends with drones fading out.

Track Listing
1. Pogo   3. Cry Baby
2. Same Fears   4. 123
  5. Garys Note