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About Young Antiques

As a band that released its first full length in 2000 and its second in 2003 followed by constant touring, wild partying, and lengthy hiatus it would be hard to imagine there‘d be much gas left in the tank, much less a resurgence. The Young Antiques, Atlanta‘s consummate power pop trio reunited in 2007 and hit the ground running at full speed, playing shows and crafting energetic new tunes for a 3rd fulllength album, Soundtrack To Tear Us Apart, a self-released CD which saw the light of day in 2009 and was met with welcoming reviews. UK blogger Leicester Bangs described the album as “angelically tough, and a garage sound that deserves to be heard by the outside world”. The ‘Tiques supported Soundtrack throughout the Southeast, and then followed it up with 2010‘s Fucked Up In Public, a raucous 7-inch single that paid homage to denizens and bars of Atlanta‘s Little 5 Points nightlife. Atlanta‘s Creative Loafing called it “Best 7-inch Release” and Performer Magazine stamped it “Vinyl Of The Month” in April 2011. Now in full resurgence mode, the ʻTiques have just released their brand new, 4th full-length on Two Sheds Records. Entitled A Man, Not A Biography, the 12” vinyl release was engineered by Mike Wright (Black Lips), Dan Dixon (Biters), and Patrick “Tigger” Ferguson (Five-Eight), and stands as a 38 minute long blueprint of what “angelically tough” power pop rock and roll should be: blazing guitar chords, soaring melodies, and Big Star-esque harmonies. The smart and spirited songwriting of singer/guitarist Blake Rainey hums through, while hammered down precisely by bassist Blake Parris and drummer Kevin Charney‘s propulsive rhythm section. This is the album that the ‘Tiques were meant to make. At least for now... Press: "Atlanta trio the Young Antiques play angry-young-man rock that draws the '80s Minneapolis hardcore scene as well as the Jam and Elvis Costello. With this unique mix, the band creates buoyant and propulsive songs that shoot straight to the heart of what makes good old rock & roll great." –ALL MUSIC GUIDE Atlanta Garage Power Punk Trio. Purchase LISTEN AT http://youngantiques.bandcamp.com
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Genres:
Rock And Roll, Pop, Rock, Garage, Power Pop, Punk Flavored
Hometown:
Atlanta, Georgia

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About Young Antiques

As a band that released its first full length in 2000 and its second in 2003 followed by constant touring, wild partying, and lengthy hiatus it would be hard to imagine there‘d be much gas left in the tank, much less a resurgence. The Young Antiques, Atlanta‘s consummate power pop trio reunited in 2007 and hit the ground running at full speed, playing shows and crafting energetic new tunes for a 3rd fulllength album, Soundtrack To Tear Us Apart, a self-released CD which saw the light of day in 2009 and was met with welcoming reviews. UK blogger Leicester Bangs described the album as “angelically tough, and a garage sound that deserves to be heard by the outside world”. The ‘Tiques supported Soundtrack throughout the Southeast, and then followed it up with 2010‘s Fucked Up In Public, a raucous 7-inch single that paid homage to denizens and bars of Atlanta‘s Little 5 Points nightlife. Atlanta‘s Creative Loafing called it “Best 7-inch Release” and Performer Magazine stamped it “Vinyl Of The Month” in April 2011. Now in full resurgence mode, the ʻTiques have just released their brand new, 4th full-length on Two Sheds Records. Entitled A Man, Not A Biography, the 12” vinyl release was engineered by Mike Wright (Black Lips), Dan Dixon (Biters), and Patrick “Tigger” Ferguson (Five-Eight), and stands as a 38 minute long blueprint of what “angelically tough” power pop rock and roll should be: blazing guitar chords, soaring melodies, and Big Star-esque harmonies. The smart and spirited songwriting of singer/guitarist Blake Rainey hums through, while hammered down precisely by bassist Blake Parris and drummer Kevin Charney‘s propulsive rhythm section. This is the album that the ‘Tiques were meant to make. At least for now... Press: "Atlanta trio the Young Antiques play angry-young-man rock that draws the '80s Minneapolis hardcore scene as well as the Jam and Elvis Costello. With this unique mix, the band creates buoyant and propulsive songs that shoot straight to the heart of what makes good old rock & roll great." –ALL MUSIC GUIDE Atlanta Garage Power Punk Trio. Purchase LISTEN AT http://youngantiques.bandcamp.com
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Genres:
Rock And Roll, Pop, Rock, Garage, Power Pop, Punk Flavored
Hometown:
Atlanta, Georgia

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