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Slip Sleeve (CD or Vinyl)
What you hold in your hand is a glimpse of the affected painting. If you saw them on the street you wouldn't think they are human beings; with their thin absent minded appearance they look like near border of starvation (they barely eat). Anyway, people who know them closer know they are nice intelligent guys. The TULIPS reflect the TOMORROW age and have a heavy dislike against people that hurt their aesthetic feelings. A certain frantic quality makes it hard to breathe. While Manhattan looks increasingly like a shopping mall, NYC-based Savants sing "Sneak E. Gardner" - a song about a "commie mami" crawling on the walls of the city's crypts. Savants have played over 100 shows in Brooklyn and Manhattan, from gritty clubs to house parties to pizzerias. The spirit of the underground is strong on their self-produced new release, a split 7-inch with Orange County-based Tomorrows Tulips that was written and recorded in a Bushwick practice space next to a noodle factory.
- Certain Frantic Quality Make It Hard To Breathe - Tomorrows Tulips
- Sneak E. Gardner - Savants
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