• #1 Dead Like You
  • #2 Hitman
  • #3 Dilno
  • #4 Gold Sneakers
  • #5 Nothing At All
  • #6 Hotel Room
  • #7 Human Condition
  • #8 Bad Future
  • #9 Uneasy
  • #10 Sand in My Joints
  • #11 Grey Area
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Wax Idols / No Future


formats available
  • LP
    HZR 094
    Street Date:
    November 1st, 2011
    Ship Date:
    October 31st, 2011
  • CD
    HZR 094 CD
    Street Date:
    November 1st, 2011
    Ship Date:
    October 31st, 2011
    Street Date:
    October 25th, 2011

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The San Francisco Bay area’s most promising breakout, and formidable female-fronted pop wonders are not who you may already believe or expect. Lead by the enigmatically agitated HEATHER FEDEWA (aka HEATHER FORTUNE, ex-HUNX & HIS PUNX, BARE WIRES, and current BLASTED CANYONS), WAX IDOLS straddle the line between ripping tough/tender post-punk/goth-pop, and irresistibly anthemic indie rock hooks, somewhat like Joan Jett would sound like tearing through Best Coast with a chainsaw or if Mary Monday had been a member of Wire. Your curiosity may have already been piqued from their unabashed debut 7-inch “All Too Human,” released on Hozac earlier this year, but it’s hard to imagine anyone being ready for an LP of this caliber, bursting at the seams with hits for all seasons, and effortlessly blurring the lines between viciously beautiful temperance and an unwavering, attitude-soaked attack on your comfort zone. With an arsenal of songs that range from chest-pounding melodic punk screamers, to tense-yet-tumultuous tracks of sadness overcome with bombastic pop precision, No Future is one of the most impressive LPs we’ve had the pleasure of releasing, and one we’re sure will go far. Fedewa’s uniquely surly-yet-sultry voice has such an lasting impact, it seamlessly traces the gamut of human emotions back & forth from the unhinged heights to the inescapable doldrums, all tied up in perfect blasts of modern pop/post-punk subdued simplicity that are as upfront and immediate as any of of their legendary influences.


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