MP3 The Love Me Nots - Thringle
A fresh three-song peek at the new record, "The Demon and The Devotee" (2011 Atomic A Go Go) - with raging fuzz, Spector-esque pop, and a bit of retro-flavored electronica, The Love Me Nots burn down the garage.
3 MP3 Songs in this album (8:49) !
Related styles: Rock: Garage Rock, Rock: Detroit Rock, Mood: Upbeat
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A fresh three-song peek at the upcoming record, "The Demon and The Devote:" with raging fuzz, Spector-esque pop, and a bit of retro-flavored electronica, The Love Me Nots burn down the garage.
The Love Me Nots, from Phoenix Arizona, are Nicole Laurenne (vocals, organ), Michael Johnny Walker (guitar), Kyle Rose Stokes (bass), and Jay Lien (drums). Recorded and mixed by Jim Diamond and The Love Me Nots in Detroit, Michigan.
Reviews for The Love Me Nots:
"Top 10 Albums of 2009" - G. Beets, Austin Chronicle
"Top 10 Albums of 2009" - KUSF, San Francisco
"Top 50 Albums of 2009" - WMBR, Boston
"Top 10 Albums of 2008" - Bill Homes, Village Voice (NY)
"Top 10 Albums of 2008" - Greg Beets, Austin Chronicle
"Top 10 Albums of 2008" - BreakThru Radio (NY)
"Top 100 Songs of 2008" - WMBR-Boston (MA)
"Top 10 Phoenix Albums of 2008" - Phoenix New Times (AZ)
"Stunningly feverish. Disc of the month." - Rolling Stone
"Tough and grimy as all get out." Billboard
"If the gospel according to The Love Me Nots is ''give em what they want,'' then this is it. Brilliant." - BBC Radio
"One of the few modern garage-rock revivalists who rank with their storied influences." - L.A. Weekly
"Enough hip-shaking, back-alley stomp to rock the door off the proverbial garage."- San Francisco Bay Guardian
"Makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up." - Village Voice
"A garage pop explosion, four stars" - Rock&Folk