Stoned & Alone
Wednesday, December 19th, 2012 | musiX | No Comments
21. Tyvek – On Triple Beams (In The Red)
22. La Sera – Sees the Light (Hardly Art)
23. Skelator – Agents of Power (Metal On Metal Records)
24. Rhett Miller - The Dreamer (Maximum Sunshine)
25. The Pharmacy - Stoned & Alone (Seayou Records)
Friday, January 27th, 2012 | musiX | No Comments
This might be the creepiest two minutes you’ll spend all day. We might as well spend it here. Together. I promise not to squeeze your hand too tight.
Pharmacy drummer Brendhan Bowers made this video on the cheap on 16mm film. The song the vid’s attached to—”Dig Your Grave”—is just as fuzzy and ramshackle as the film itself. Dont’ fret—just when you’re getting bugged out by what’s transpiring onscreen, the song kicks into its cheery first verse. Saved by rawk … again. “Dig Your Grave” appears on the Seattle trio’s latest 7-inch of the same name, their first batch of songs since since 2010′s Weekend LP.
For those not in the know, The Pharmacy has been kicking around since 2002. It’s been a long, strange trip filled with three LPs, a trail of assorted EPs and singles, and loads of road mishaps—which is to say, rock and roll. Of course, this is just a teaser for the band’s forthcoming full-length Stoned & Alone, due out later this year on Park the Van Records.
To be continued …
The Pharmacy performs Thursday, Feb. 9 at Ella St. in Portland.
“Dig Your Grave” – The Pharmacy
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