NEWS: Trixie and the Trainwrecks - 7" - What would you do/Summertime (VR727)

7", Blues, Blues Trash, Folk, Garage Punk, ROOTS

Band: Trixie and the Trainwrecks
Catalog Number: VR727

Side 1: What would you do
Side 2: Summertime


Garage Blues meets Gershwin Blues Romantic real Live Tragedy Folk Blues Trash meets Roots Blues from that Berlin Based Duo around Singer Guitar Player Trixie Trainwreck and Harp Player Charlie Hangdog , Recorded in London at Space Eko East Recording Studio, this is the Second Single of the Serie who will end up in a Album in the Future, Side A of this Vinyl Single is a Raw Garage Blues Stomper simple Honest Desperate Love Lyrics and on the B Side you have Borgy and Bess Classic Summertime in a Bitter Sweet version only Trixie and the Trainwrecks can.
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ENGLISH
Trixie and The Trainwrecks play blues and folk the new way with the battle scars of the old themes. From San Francisco and London via Berlin here comes some loud, over-driven, bittersweet, rip your heart out and wear it on your sleeve blues.  Working class folk blues from the church of Bluestrash. Trixie Trainwreck shreds her guitar and kicks out the jams on her bass drum and hihat while Charlie Hangdog blows his brains out on harmonica. They take it as it comes and play it like it is. Because they have to. And lifetime of doing things their own way has brought their paths to cross and to create one hell of a sound. The sound of the road less taken.  Founded in London and based in Berlin Germany, Released 1 Full Length Album "3 Cheers to Nothing" (2018) featuring Bruce Brand (Milkshakes, Thee Headcoats, The Masonics) on drums and Paul Seacroft on lapsteel, as well as another 7“ Single "Too Good to be Blue/ Get Busy Living" (2019) on Voodoo Rhythm, Touring whole Europe playing Bonn Stomp, Voodoo Rhythm Circus, 100 Club (London), Lido (Berlin), Muddy Roots Cookeville, Tennessee, Supporting Holly Golightly, Detroit Cobras, Bob Log III etc and got airplay and reviews on such as: WFMU, blues matters, Radio Eins, Resonance FM, and many more, but who's counting...they get around pretty good and do the best they can with what they got. And for a 2 piece band - that's quite a lot.
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DEUTSCH
Trixie and The Trainwrecks spielen Blues und Folk auf mit alter Technik ins Heute und Jetzt katapultiert mit Kampfspuren und kriegsnarben gezeichnet kommen die 2 via San Francisco und London nach Berlin um ihren Abgetrashten übersteuerten Blues unter die Leute zu bringen schrecken sie nicht davor zurück ein Herz ass aus den Ärmeln zu zaubern um gleichzeitig eure Herzen aus der Brust zu reissen um auf ihnen herum tanzen zu können. das ist der Garagen Punk der Arbeiter klasse gepriesen aus der Blues Trash Kirche. Trixie Trainwreck spielt ihre Finger Blutig beim Gitarren spielen und haut die scheisse so dermassen aus ihrem Kick Drum  das Charlie Hangdog mit seiner Mundharmonika mindestens 2 von diesen kleinen Gitarren amps braucht und sie voll aufdrehen muss um sich wenigstens ein bisschen zu hören. in London 2017 hatten sie sich gefunden und seither etliche touren führten sie durch Europa am Bonn Stomp (Germany) Voodoo Rhythm Circus (Swiss) 100 Club (London) Lido (Berlin) Muddy Roots Cookeville, Tennessee, und auf tour mit: Holly Golightly Detroit Cobras, Bob Log III   etc  Airplay und Kritiken auf: WFMU, Blues-Angelegenheiten, Radio Eins, Resonance FM und viele mehr, und Tonträger Veröffentlichungen: 2018 - LP/CD - 3 Cheers To Nothing, 2019 - 7“ - Too Good to be Blue, 2020 - 7“ - What would you do mit special guests: Bruce Brand (Milchshakes, Thee Headcoats, The Masonics) und Paul Seacroft (the selector, bad manners, jim jones) an der Lapsteel
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2018 - LP/CD - 3 Cheers To Nothing
2019 - 7“ - Too Good to be Blue
2020 - 7“ - What would you do

 

 

 

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