It’s been just more than two years since YOUNG ADULTS released their noisy blitz-punk debut LP Black Hole. Since then, bassist Danny O’Neill (ex-Protokoll) joined the band and guitarist Chris Villon relocated to Northampton, but they remain one of Boston’s most viciously sludgy live acts, and finally return with new material. The Born in ’91 EP was recorded with Justin Pizzoferrato in Western Mass, and continues the trio's assault on our collective hearing. Born In '91 is out on Valentine's Day, which gives us a week to mentally prepare for the onslaught in store for February 21, when the 'Dults crash T.T. The Bear's Place in Cambridge.
This week’s playlist includes "Spectre," a new cut off the band's new EP, as well as equally racketing tracks from two other bands on next week's bill: Connecticut’s reckless-rock trio SUICIDE DOLLS, with a cut off last year's Prayers in Parking Lots; and a double dose off the Let's Rock, OK? EP from Allston’s fuzzy minute slingers EARTHQUAKE PARTY. The latest single from neo-gazers SOCCER MOM is also included after our download, for your streaming pleasures.
See you on February 21. Bring ear plugs, you wuss.
Grab the mix at the Phoenix's Soundcloud page, embedded below...
>> Young Adults “Spectre”
>> Suicide Dolls “Candy”
>> Earthquake Party “Little Pet/Hello Weirdo”