Miami Heat Loses NBA Finals, Releases First Demos

Terrible news for Miami Heat fans, but excellent news for Miami Heat fans: the post-Awesomefest four-piece has released its debut demos, “Shock” and “You Said Something,” recorded live at Music House in April. They are dirty and lo-fi and nice. I recommend the filthy noise the lead guitar makes at 2:05 in “You Said Something.” Features members of Linus, The Parents, and The Japanese; sounds like none of the above.

‘grats to Zain Alam ’13, Dylan Bostick ’13, Adrien DeFontaine ’13, and Charlie Ellis ’13 Ethan Cohen ’13.


Recommended for people who:

  • wish Linus listened to more Stooges.
  • think MuHo makes for a totally legit recording space.
  • think Gote Room >>> main stage room.
  • thought the vocals were the best part of Lightning Bolt.

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9 thoughts on “Miami Heat Loses NBA Finals, Releases First Demos

  1. rofl

    I actually want to slap them for You Said Something.
    Did they really consider this music?
    #HipstersWithoutMusicalAbility

    1. Guest

       its funny because they’re essentially the same group (minus zain) who helped put on fleet foxes

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