Street Eaters / We See Monsters
Album: We See Monsters   Collection:General
Artist:Street Eaters   Added:Feb 2010
Label:Bakery Outlet  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-01-16 Pull Date: 2011-03-20
Week Ending: Mar 20 Jan 30 Jan 23
Airplays: 1 1 2

Recent Airplay
1. Jan 16, 2013: Wednesday Night live
4. Jan 19, 2011: Nick&Noah: TheRadioShow
Eating Worms
2. Mar 19, 2011: mew
Eating Worms
5. Jan 18, 2011: meow
Eating Worms
3. Jan 27, 2011: Orangeasm - Brick's on time-out
Eating Worms

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2010-12-30
Local noise pop, indie rock with a tough edge, with off-key female fronted vocals. A duo of fuzzed/dirty bass and drums. Reminds me of early proto-noise-pop bands like Helium, 18th Dye, Cakelike. Vocals are in your face, a little high in the mix but the music is authentic and dirty. Think recent afile residents Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling. Heavier than heaven despite only being a duo.

1) upbeat poppy and off key
2) dirgey and dissonant, tribal and heavy and cool with call/answer vocs
3) starts off urgent but falls into an a capela thing for a bit then turns into a friendly noise pop song
4) upbeat and poppy
5) tribal and heavy, noise bass comes through
6) upbeat, the vocals are really annoying on this one

Track Listing
1. Blackwater   4. I Am The Running Dog
2. Eating Worms   5. Elephant In The Room
3. Useless Eyes   6. I Never See You Around