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Diamond Rugs – “Gimme A Beer” – Live in Atlanta from Partisan Records on Vimeo.
There’s word that Diamond Rugs create music that is popular in strip clubs, which means when you hear them, you’re supposed to stop what you’re doing and thrust at the closest pole. Are you willing to give it a shot? Then here, a live performance of “Gimme A Beer”. Not bad for a band that has yet to release their debut album, but if it gets hips to tip and vibrate and gyrate, who cares about a damn album? Well, the band do of course, but still.
The video was directed by Zack Wolfe.
You may not have heard of the band Diamond Rugs, but you’ll most likely have heard of some of the guys in the band. Check this out:
Bryan Dufresne (Six Finger Satellite)
Steve Berlin (Los Lobos)
Hardy Morris (Dead Confederate)
Ian Saint Pé (The Black Lips)
John McCauley (Deer Tick)
Robbie Crowell (Deer Tick)
Pretty damn amazing, right? You may be thinking “how in the world is this going to sound? You can take a preview by checking out the song “Gimme A Beer”, which they’re making available for free (click here.) All of them gathered together as most musicians and studio rats do: backstage. One thing lead to this, and when this lead to that, that’s when they decided it might be interesting to jam and see if anything could happen. It did.
There are critics who have made foolish claims that rock is dead, and that’s only because they’re dissatisfied not only by what’s popular, but the fact they’re not able to tap into the crack that is shit. As the old saying goes, fuck that shit. It’s damn good rock for people who give a damn. The album cover will look like this:
While track listings tend to reveal very little, it’s a way for people’s musical curiosity all ting-a-lay:
2. Gimme A Beer
3. Big God
4. Call Girl Blues
5. Out On My Own
6. Country Mile
7. Totally Lonely
8. I Took Note
9. Blue Mountains
11. Tell Me Why
12. 100 Sheets
13. Hungover And Horny
14. Christmas In A Chinese Restaurant
Diamond Rugs’ self-titled debut will be released by Partisan Records on April 24th.