Wednesday, April 29, 2009
The fine folks at Uncensored Interview--and they really are fine folks!--just wrote something nice about us on their blog
Five New Supergroups That Prove that Opposites Attract
Here's what they said: "Taking the concept of supergroup to a totally new level, Gramercy Arms’ only self-imposed limits seem to be geographical. The group’s comprised of a revolving collective of New York-based artists, including members of Guided by Voices, Luna, Joan as Police Woman, Dead Air and the Dambuilders and (RANDOM ALERT!) comic Sarah Silverman. Huh? If it sounds odd and confusing, it’s only appropriate: their subject matter, is after all, basically sex and the city. The result: a tightly wound, even more tightly edited 30-minute power pop (emphasis on power) album that’s as diverse, dirty, delirious and dazzling as a stroll on the sunny side of Bedford Ave. at 8 a.m. on a Saturday when the local swells are still stumbling home and the new yummy mummies are heading out for their daily double half-caf latte fix."
Sounds about right to us! Actually it sounds really nice. We also think this wouldn't be complete without a picture of Sean and Dave looking like deer staring into the headlights!
Posted by dd at 12:24 PM