Death of Samantha
Lame Drivers, Dave Hill
Brooklyn, NY, 11211
This event is 21 and over
Death of Samantha
"Brazen Basement Rock" -SPIN
"power pop is their natural fighting wait, they'll weird it up!" -Thurston Hunger, KFJC
"crunchy, snotty" -CMJ
"Brooklyn Power-Pop Kings: Some of the best power-pop this side of 1976" -East Village Radio
"like the Buzzcocks getting a reacharound from the Descendents" -Catbirdseat
"It's almost as if they came along ten years too late. I can only imagine that if this were 1995 they'd have a pretty big record deal and be getting interviewed by Matt Pinfield on MTV. But they're not." -New York Rock Market
"Filled with hooks, it's got a punk influence, power-pop influence, indie rock, psychedelic, all my favorite rock elements" -Terre T / WFMU
"This Lame Drivers song will make you feel better about life." -Jon Solomon, WPRB
"the bright hooks and aching Twilley-esque gut-punch of 'Other Side' and Embarrassment-like rattle of 'Frozen Egg' [...] put rock music back in the hands of the feeble hopefuls" -Doug Mosurock, Dusted Magazine's Still Single
The 27-track sampler "Cruisin' Classics 2003-2010" has been downloaded 10,000+ times.
The Flexi-Book EP avail June 18th, distributed by Sleeping Giant Glossolalia
Lame Drivers are currently recording their next three albums.
Host of the new "The Goddamn Dave Hill Show" on WFMU, author of Tasteful Nudes, and a contributor to This American Life, comedian and face-melting guitarist Dave Hill has been a fixture for years in the New York alt-comedy scene. He has appeared on MTV, Comedy Central, BBC-America, VH1, Adult Swim, Sundance Channel, TLC, Current TV and Spike TV networks, and has written for New York Times, GQ, Salon, VICE, McSweeney's, HBO, Blender, the Huffington Post, FHM UK, the New York Daily News, XXL, Guitar World, Guitar Player, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, VH1, Spike TV, The Learning Channel and Court TV.