Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Show Post: In House #1507

The Rubes are a quartet out of Salt Lake City that are rather difficult to describe. Their own self-description sheds little light on this problem, starting out to say that they "formed like Voltron in 2002," before going on to declare that "we don't sound like no one." In any case, they've just released their second full-length, Mutiny to a Revolution, an unholy union of Chuck Berry, Camper Van Beethoven, gutter punks, boogie woogie and robots. Or something like that. What is slightly more assured is that they have proven to be a polarizing act in the regional music press, garnering glowing and outlandishly harsh criticism alike. The band hits the 1st National Bar in Pocatello, ID later this week.

In House #1507.
Airdate: 12/06/05
Focus: New release from the Rubes, Mutiny to a Revolution, plus new music from Apollo Sunshine and 2006s from Cat Power, Jenny Lewis and more.

BONUS- from the Rubes new album: "Pheromones" (MP3),
and live In House last April 22nd: "The Guru Song" (LIVE acoustic) (MP3).

The Rubes playing this year's 5th Annual KISU Really Big Show.


In House PODCAST #28


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