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Music Q&A: Army of Infants

Posted on 14th February, by Nikki in Music, Planning Updates, Uncategorized. No Comments

With a nod to ’90s grunge, Cleveland two-piece Army of Infants is a distorted explosion of garage and blues with surfy tones and a heart of Motown soul. Drummer Jacob Pflanzer and guitarist Jared Welch are currently working on a split tape with the Black Shades to be released in mid-March and have a string of tour dates that includes a performance at this year’s SXSW.

Can you tell us a little about how you got together?

Jacob Pflanzer: We went to high school together and played together off and on through school. It wasn’t until after school when we really kind of started playing shows. The rest just happened.

Not a review goes by without a hat tip to the blues. What’d you grow up listening to and what kind of influences do you draw from when you’re writing?

JP: I …



Army of Infants

Posted on 26th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: Loren Naji Gallery 2
Performance Time: 9:45pm

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Hometown: Jamestown, OH

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We are a band.Two piece. Jake bangs sticks on things and shouts, Jared breaks strings and mumbles. Download our music, tell your friends, and check our Last.FM and Myspace pages if you dig what you hear! We love to make feedback and other strange noises, but we also like to hear your feedback and strange noises! So if you have something to say about our tunes, shout it out!

 

 




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