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  1. Nov 20,  · Televangelist: B6: Talk Show: C: Virgin Mary: D: Shelf Life: Notes Nots: We Are Nots ‎ (CD, Album, Dig) Goner Records: GONE: US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of .
  2. A longtime collaboration between Natalie Hoffmann (guitar) and Charlotte Watson (drums), Nots has evolved into its wildest incarnation yet. Now featuring Madison Farmer on bass and Alexandra Eastburn on synthesizer, the Memphis band follows up their first two singles on Goner Records with their guitar-driven, synth-laden debut LP.
  3. We Are Nots, an Album by Nots. Released 11 November on Goner (catalog no. GONE; CD). Genres: Garage Punk.
  4. Natalie Hoffmann, the former Ex-Cult bassist who now plays guitar as the leader of Nots, was asked to describe her band's music during a television appearance, and she offhandedly coined the phrase "weird punk."That designation may have been tossed off, but it certainly fits -- on Nots' debut album, We Are Nots, they sound very punk (though pre-hardcore) and more than a little weird, as their.
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  6. Nov 20,  · The Memphis garage punk band Nots' debut album, We Are Nots, offers an aggressive blend of echoing guitars, powerful drums, synthesizers, and gang vocals. They're a united front, belligerent and.
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  8. Static is a twisted love song, w ith well written metaphorical lyrics such as “Static, over my eyes. Static in your smile It’s all a sin”. Lyrics like this earn Static a high spot on the most well written songs on the album. Apart from having a somewhat controversial title, Televangelist transports us back to the Sonic Youth days, by projecting a special fusion of electronic sounds.

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