Beast Make Bomb’s lo-fi pop melodies fuses gritty punk and 90s indie rock, sounding similar to the fuzzy, yet sweet tones of modern-day acts Dum Dum Girls and Best Coast. Songs like “Coney Island” swim in a cool, laid-back vibe, yet are remarkably and undeniably catchy. Since winning Converse’s “Get Out of the Garage” Contest, the Brooklyn four-piece — made up of vocalist/guitarist Ceci G., bassist Sam Goldfine, lead guitarist Glenn Van Dyke, and drummer Hartley Lewis — has opened for Queens of the Stone Age and Tokyo Police Club. /// Featured song: “Coney Island” /// Sourpuss is the second EP by Beast Make Bomb. Their third, yet-untitled EP comes out this Spring. /// Complete radio broadcast and playlist: http://bit.ly/z6mz07 /// Official website: http://beastmakebomb.com /// Twitter: @beastmakebomb
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