The Pine Hill Haints, Los Langeros and Oak Freds 9/9
The Pine Hill Haints play a style of country music that predates the term country, and although it's essentially 1920s vintage, the sound predates recordings. The band consists of guitar, washtub bass, snare drum, washboard, and a bowed saw. Some mp3's of their music can be linked to below
Los Langeros are mad country punkers who were fantastic last time I saw em a couple or months back. Heres an excerpt from their website that may help describe them
nother period of change ensued and the band reconfigured - this time, sadly, without Frank Cajones and Speedy. Ben Jammin (also of the Dingle Dolphins) and Gary (from the pub) were dragged into the fold. This lineup practised at Sheas barn in the sticks and in their box on the docks until they had the guts of the new cd and a lot more. Recorded at Blue Monkey Studio in West Cork, 'Yeah, Yeah, Yeah,Yeah. Yeah - Very Interesting' was recorded in March and finally released this month. Since then many new songs and directions have emerged and we've moved from post wank to punked up country trash and on to the grim country of our gnarled hearts.