NOX BOYS: s/t LP
Teen garage from Pittsburgh channeling the spirit of The Sonics, Swamp Rats and Cynics! The all original 11-song album was recorded and produced by JIM DIAMOND (White Stripes, Dirtbombs) and features fuzz guitar contributions by GREGG KOSTELICH (The Cynics, Get Hip), as well as album photographs by famed punk rock documentarian, Theresa Kereakes.
CHAPUTA! - Garage Punk Powered
Repress of Debut album on high quality 150-gram Black Vinyl! Excellent Debut albm by young raw Garage-Punk quartet. Produced by Jim Diamond. 11 tracks of hard-edged, in-your-face, angst-filled rock ’n’ roll from the heart of the Steel City!
”There are garage bands, the kind of bands that kids form in their garage. And then there are GARAGE bands, the kind that tap into the spirit of the Sonics and the Swamp Rats. That’s where you find The Nox Boys.”
Scott Mervis | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
If listening to teenage rock bands too often brings to mind the adage about youth being wasted on the young, then the teenage rock bands you’re listening to aren’t the Nox Boys. The Pittsburgh garage-rockers bring a wild, youthful abandon together with big, sophisticated sounds on their self-titled Get Hip debut album. It recalls everything from ’60s originals like The Sonics and The Standells to the current crop of fuzz-rockers like The Black Lips and Broncho — and three of them are still in high school.
Lead vocalist Zack Keim has the swagger of a Them-era Van Morrison on songs like “I Don’t Care Anymore”; his guitar howls in harmony with Bob Powers’ slide guitar somewhere up in the stratosphere on “Mr. No One,” and there’s an irreverent but sincere nod to the innocence of past decades in the hooky pop of “Susie Lee.” The pounding rhythm section is relentless, shaking the floor like a V-8 on nitrous.
Recorded with garage master Jim Diamond (White Stripes, Dirtbombs) in Detroit, Nox Boys is bound to floor critics — especially coming from a crew of teenagers. Where so many contemporary garage bands are thirtysomethings trying to recall their youth, Nox Boys are the essence of garage rock: Kids blowing off steam, and making timeless tunes in the process.
Susie Lee Video
Take My Heart and Break It
I Don’t Care Anymore
Mr. No One