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The Coachwhips' third release wins soundtrack of the year for anticlimactic sex. Perhaps there's a hidden subtext to this latest mess melted onto its musical landscape by these California wing nuts. John Dwyer, ex-Pink & Brown, ululates about his corpus and lame parties with enough libation to choke a jackalope. His musical counterparts follow the bleeder in a simpleton's cadence that leaves the new material sounding flat and redundant. The trio practically breaks bones live, but that heat lacks kindling here. Coachwhips want you to listen when you're three sheets to the wind and another butt past the hooch. Saturday, March 19, 1:15am @ Velvet Spade Patio). Keep up with all our SXSW coverage at austinchronicle.
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Peanut Butter is the second album by Welsh noise-pop band Joanna Gruesome, released in the spring of 2015. In general, critics praised Peanut Butter as musically tighter, more self-aware, and more stylistically developed than their previous album, Weird Sister.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Live at the Ginger Minge.
This was my introduction to John Dwyer of the Coachwhips. When next we spoke, he had just gotten through eating and was enjoying watching a Buster Keaton film (of whom I am also a fan). Narnack is also home to the new Coachwhips album, Peanut Butter and Jelly Live at the Ginger Minge, recorded by Chris Woodhouse (guitarist for the now defunct FM Knives and producer of, among other things, the A Frames, The Dipers and The Hospitals). When asked how the Coachwhips teamed up with Woodhouse, John says that he had actually tried e-mailing that dick a long time ago and he never got back to me. It was before Coachwhips had gotten any press or anything like that
The Coachwhips have built a loyal following by blending their riotous noise rock tendencies with amphetamine blues rock. Their songs all sound the same, but oh my god is that a blessing. They've perfected the noise-garage genre, a genre that may never bring about The Great American Album, but one that promises a good time with every hit. And interestingly enough, Ginger Minge marks the band's first progress in sound in quite a while, with Val-Tronic's keyboards cutting across the music more often by adding melody and cartoonish robot whistle grooves