Fronted by now half of the duo known as the The Kills, this short-lived Jamie Hince led trio pound out some big noise and catchy melodies.
It's another listener suggestion on episode #93, and this week we're checking out the 1997 album Luxury Plane Crash by Scarfo. Fronted by now half of the duo known as the The Kills, this short-lived Jamie Hince led trio pound out some big noise and catchy melodies. Their sound is hard to pin down, combing English elements of The Jam and Buzzcocks with American indie artists like Jawbox and the Pixies. So how does it all work together? Tune in and find out.
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