Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Pandacide, not as bad as you might think

When it's a record label, not an act of murder. Petaluma's Pandacide hosts a tight little, tastily diverse roster, with music ranging from the sublime to the good version of the opposite of sublime.

The Bay Area's Velvet Teen make seriously epic music that'd be comfortable on a bill with the Doves or the Sharp Things.
The Velvet Teen - A Captive Audience

Sonoma county's Devon Rumrill's Little Cat appear to do the Schnabelesque electro indie that will ring familiar to fans of Carpark and Ghostly stuff. Not my area of expertise, but enjoyable.
Little Cat - d

And then there's lovable Swedes Henry Fiat's Open Sore, who keep it fast, loud, and rock.
Henry Fiat's Open Sore - 4

Buy it all at the Pandacide shoppe.

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