Eww Yaboo - Yeah, What? EP

by Summersteps Records

supported by
/
  • Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

     $4 USD  or more

     

  • Record/Vinyl

    Jukebox style 45. Pressed in a limited edition of 300 copies. Vinyl will include digital download of the songs along with two additional tracks. Features original artwork by Brian Langan. One lucky pre-order will include a copy of the test pressing.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Eww Yaboo - Yeah, What? EP via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 2 days
    edition of 300 

     $4 USD

     

1.
2.
3.
4.

about

"Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania is a hell of a long way from any surfable waves and it’s highly doubtful the four guys in Eww Yaboo are taking it down to the Susquehanna River. However, what they do get up to in the home studio they call “The Notch” is totally amped up tremolo fueled and fuzzed out rock. Blasting off the A-side, ‘Make It Fast’ does exactly as it says on the package. Hitting first with an avalanche of noise, the pulsating bass line and reverberating guitars take off galloping at a gonzo pace. Jared Kozemko’s artillery firing drums don’t do anything to hold his band mates back either. It’s not hard to imagine that Drew Carsillo’s opening line, “I see you looking from your house/and I know you’re finding something out”, could have been inspired by neighbors phoning in noise complaints.

Eww Yaboo like it loud. ‘So Many of the Kids’ is their bunker-buster. As the rhythm slowly fades in, crackling with distortion, you might be fooled into thinking the A-side blew your speakers. It didn’t, but ‘So Many of the Kids’ will. It’s one of the heaviest sounds I’ve heard this year that still maintains a real pop song sensibility. A hip-shaking beach party beat bashes and crashes out under a melodic hook that’s so big you could catch a great-white shark on it." (aroomfullofrecords.com)

credits

released 31 October 2011

tags

license

all rights reserved

feeds

feeds for this album, this artist

about

Summersteps Records Dunmore, Pennsylvania

Summersteps Records, established in 1996 by Eric Schlittler and Cassie Rose Kobeski, is a micro-indie label located in the heart of rural Northeastern Pennsylvania. Beginning as a handmade cassette label, Summersteps soon began manufacturing CDs and vinyl.

The label labors to expose wild, fragile, beautiful, psychedelic and obscure music(s) from both its Pennsylvania surroundings and elsewhere.
... more

contact / help

Contact Summersteps Records

Download help

Shipping and returns

Redeem download codes