8 thoughts on “ Midnight Ones - Giggly Boys - Bastards Of Young (Cassette, Album) ”
NY crooked losers loose in the Big Apple Giggly Boys have launched their debut album Bastards Of Young, and it is great - weird, beguiling, cracked.I was a big fan of their EP. (the cover my fiancee claims looks like me - she's on fire tonight, gloves are off), and the album veers into Spray Paint territory on opener 'The Hall', a track seemingly equally indebted to Ranaldo's Sonic Youth left.
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Aug 16, · “Bastards of Young” is the great standout of Tim, an anthem of youthful angst that starts out brilliantly: that guitar hook, Paul Westerberg’s punk rock wail, and that opening line: God, what a mess. The song is youth in a nutshell: an impassioned, almost meaningless shout and a self-important, all-encompassing assertion.
Castiel noted that she was very free with her smiles and laughed a lot. The other was a pale young man, whose own dirty blonde hair was cut into what could only be described as a mullet, wearing a button down denim shirt with no sleeves and black shorts with well-worn Vans. The boy spoke less, but seemed fond of the word 'dude'.
Cassette, IN A NUTSHELL: The Fine Art of Surfacing, the third album by Ireland’s The Boomtown Rats, is at times cool, skinny-tie new wave and at times theatrical, Broadway bombast. It’s all tied together by terrific guitar and organ work.