It's a cavalcade of posts! Follow the link to a really cool junket about the almighty Tranzmitors on skiddle.com...
“Most people don't have the balls to even try making music this perfect and catchy,” says Seeing Eye Records’ Sir Teddy. “It’s pretty clear why this band is appreciated by punks, hipsters, and garage-geeks alike...” On stage, The Tranzmitors have “a stage presence similar to a band like Cheap Trick in their prime,” reckon Exclaim magazine, “complete with epic guitar solos and infectious sing-alongs.” As another US review said of a January 07 show, “the group put out enough straight-from-the-garage energy to make you wonder what you ever saw in The Hives.”
The second is an interview by Jenni Cole of musicOHM.com:
Throughout the interview, we've been periodically interrupted by Terry, a local Camden casualty who met the band for the first time tonight but is now their greatest fan. For all his incoherence through much of the proceedings, discussions of the band's influences bring out a period of lucidity in him: even if it is only to claim they sound more like punk band 999 than anyone from the Stiff or 2 Tone scene.
"These are the most important bands that have arrived in this country for a very, very long time," he imparts with remarkable earnestness. "They're the best band since The Clash, Primal Scream, the Stone Roses and Flowed Up. I think these guys are really, really important." There's something in his tone that makes it clear they've touched a nerve.
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