This is yet another one of Mark Winter solo projects which I'm assuming stemmed from Gordon Spicer Band, which probably was the first incarnation of The Coneheads, that appeared on the Cool Bands compilation tapes that Mark put together. G.S.B. sounds like a weirder and more punk take on Coneheads sound, with the exception of a track Telephone Bore as a total pop chartbreaker.
For fans and related to The Coneheads, Liquids, C.C.T.V., Big Zit, D.L.I.M.C., Cal And The Calories etc.
What if Beavis and Butthead were in a punk rock band??? Well, the band would probably sound similar to D.L.I.M.C.
D.L.I.M.C. is one of many projects of Mark Winter from Big Zit, The Coneheads, CCTV, Liquids and dozen other bands hailing from the blooming NWI punk scene.
D.L.I.M.C. is all about infectious tunes, goofiness, satirical tongue-in-cheek humor and the most important thing; killer riffs. Not sure why this is not hyped more but I'm totally hooked on this and I'm afraid I don't know where you can buy this tapes, but I collected them all for your listening pleasure. Enjoy!
For fans of Devo, The Dead Milkmen, Cal And The Calories, Meat Puppets, Nobunny etc.
Public Eye is what happens when members of PDX’s Autistic Youth switch instruments and decide to start a new band and play something entirely different and that is a stripped down, straight forward and repetitive post-punk.
This tape, even thought is a demo, do not sound like a demo at all. On the contrary, it fucking slays! Public Eye combines powerful and melodic songwriting with laser sharp technical precision, indie rock sensibilities and guitar-driven poppiness of 80's new wave and post-punk.
For fans of early Rought Trade catalogue, Fugazi, Wire, Spacemen 3, Institute, Ceremony, Parquet Courts etc.
Buy the tape from Sabotage Records here.
Listen to new song from upcoming LP here.