Had some praise for Fort Shame recently and now here’s an album from the bands guitar slinger Todd May, as well as Fort Shame he’s written, recorded and played with Lilybandits and the Mooncussers with Lydia Loveless and he counts Shane and Micah of Two Cow Garage in his circle of musician friends and though TGC recorded it first he wrote the track Alphabet City which is one of the albums highlights along with the title track – the Rickenbacker Girls are not as I first thought guitar heroines but girls Todd met at his high school who’s fathers were Airmen at the Rickenbacker Air Force Base, despite flying low on the national and international recognition radar Todd May is more than deserving of a wider audience for his nuanced songwriting which he adeptly manipulates with a broad range of influences into an excellent solo debut.
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TCG are re-releasing on limited edition vinyl their second (and best) album The Wall Against Out Back
TCG (Two Cow Garage) – the rock band from Columbus, Ohio that feels more comfortable on the road than anywhere else – has some exciting news to share with their fans: TCG will re-release The Wall Against Our Back (2004, Shelterhouse) this fall, on vinyl. TCG will press 500 limited copies on colored red 180 gram vinyl with re-packaged artwork. Wall will be available in mid-November, and TCG is offering the limited edition re-issue as pre-order packages that will include limited edition T-shirts and posters. Fans can pre-order the album here http://twocowgarage.bigcartel.com/
Shane Sweeney, co-founding member of TCG, provided this statement for the reason behind the re-release:
After two years of almost constant touring on our first record, Please Turn the Gas Back On, in 2004 we decided to seclude ourselves in the . . . → Read More: Vinyl Love – Two Cow Garage – The Wall Against Or Back
Indestructible Machine is Loveless’ Bloodshot début and is released today, packed to the hilt with swagger it’s a brash country record with outlaw attitude, the 21 year old singer/songwriter from Columbus, Ohio packs a big vocal punch and the album hits you with a powerful left / right combo of country with a punk attitude.
Suburban Home Records posted a trio of tracks via Soundcloud recently, take a listen below along with the label sanctioned download.
Lydia Loveless – Can’t Change Me
Is she the protagonist in the Two Cow Garage song “Lydia” ?
Buy at the Bloodshot store and Amazon
Lydia’s Debut album The Only Man available at Peloton Records
Lydia Loveless – Indestructible Machine 3 song sampler by Suburban Home Records
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