"MONDAY NIGHT ROCK SHOW!
So far been captured on two proper LPS, and seen live on stages across the American East and South. Today they team with their brother Ezra Noble on the drums, and Drag Sounds plays a new sonic for different times.Their newest catalogue addition, "Sudden Comfort" was recorded in their adopted home of Baltimore, MD by the one-of-a-kind Jordan Romero. It was mastered next door by Mickey Freeland, who has credits with Sharon Van Etten, Flock of Dimes and Lower Dens. The record is about experience and making sense of it using guitars and drums, 8 tunes of which you've heard some but not all, and PS, it's better loud. See DS on tour as much as they can!! Starting out on burgundy and then hitting the higher stuff, Drag Sounds came from North Carolina, in the South. Trevor Reece and Mike Wallace met as sidemen in a series of un-classy rock combos and questionable personal judgments. Sharing an affinity for twin guitars and loudness bliss, they got Big Star tattoos and took the road more rattled. 5 years on and more band members than two hands can count, they've gotten used to still existing, which is mostly what they know how to do. With one elbow in downtown NYC circa 1970s, long legs stalking Memphis streets and scrounging for drinks backstage at the Stones, their primitive, satisfying brand of direct rock and roll has
I haven't come across a FUZZ BENT CAVE STOMPING GARAGE PUNK BAND THIS EXCITING ALL YEAR LONG!forget just living in the past with those old CRYPT, SYMPATHY and NORTON lps, PAINT FUMES ARE THE NOW SOUND! Taking their demented crazed rock n roll up to ELEVEN, they're a molotov cocktail of nofi killed-by-death punk and nuggets-era psychotic garage reaction. - (Tiny Grooves)"