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Nerves Junior – As Bright As Your Night Light

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I heard some hype on these dudes from We Listen For You. And although I have my musical differences with them, it’s only natural that some things will resonate. That’s kind of the way it goes with all music bloggers. Some of us dig on one thing really hard, others not so much. But we all have voices and only put up stuff we want to. Or at least most do.

Well, Nerves Junior was definitely something I wanted to put up. This album was just released today and I finally got around to listening to it. Why the hell did I wait so long? Pretty sure it’s been in my inbox for some time now. Put it this way, these dudes are breaking some new ground and it’s such an amazing thing to hear. Best $8 you’ll spend if you want to hear some killer new music.

Check out the title track ‘As Bright As Your Night Light’. It’s a pretty solid but small taste of what this album has in store for your ears.
mp3: Nerves Junior – As Bright As Your Night Light

This is not the sound I’d credit to a group from Louisville. Why? I don’t know, I just don’t see Louisville as a happening scene. Call me a musical racist or something, but I was/am wrong. Or maybe I’m just being turned around to finally gather my senses together.

This album definitely is experimental and might not groove you in the right way on first listen. But trust me, it sinks in and next thing you know you’ll be shouting at your dog, “Are you listening to THIS??”. Mine didn’t give me much of a response but I think he’s a bit jaded on new music. He hates Bob Dylan. And his name is Dylan. Punk…

Like I said, head over to bandcamp and grab this thing. You have my money back dysonsound guarantee that if you don’t dig it, I’ll send you a link to download some other crappy album.

 

2 Responses to “Nerves Junior – As Bright As Your Night Light”

  1. a local says:

    “This is not the sound I’d credit to a group from Louisville. Why? I don’t know, I just don’t see Louisville as a happening scene.” Really? I’m assuming that you’re not familiar with some of the great bands from the city, like My Morning Jacket, Bonnie Prince Billy, and Slint. I must recommend, respectively, It Still Moves, Master and Everyone, and Spiderland. Fantastic works, all well worth your time.

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