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Are you still into buying physical copies of albums? You have options.

BAZOOKA is officially stocked at Cactus Music, Sound Exchange, Sig’s Lagoon, and Heights Vinyl right now.  These copies are priced to move, so make sure you get to your favorite local establishment soon.  Our intern also left some free copies of our EP at Sound Exchange and Heights Vinyl.  Time is of the essence.

If you are a skeptic, here is photographic evidence posted by Heights Vinyl:

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Get out there people and support local music AND businesses.  No hesitation!

Jealous Creatures Perform at Dean’s

Jealous Creatures performing “Faith in Man” at Dean’s – January 6, 2012

Jeremy Hart Reviews the EP

Jealous Creatures, Jealous Creatures

Jealous Creatures, Jealous Creatures

Okay, so here’s a funny thing: I know from the band’s bio that these songs began life as folky, singer/songwriter compositions, with frontwoman/guitarist Sarah Hirsch belting ‘em out to subdued crowds at coffee houses and whatnot between here and Austin.

Listening to Jealous Creatures’ self-titled debut EP, though, I’m having a hard, hard time believing it. Opening track “Coffee Stains” pairs nicely snarling guitars and almost-menacing, bitter vocals and makes me think of long-dead indie-rockers Magnapop more than anything else, and it leads the way through five tracks that are less jangly indie-folk and more raw, cut-open, guitar-heavy alternarock. Continue reading