In The Red
Los Angeles garage/punk band Endless Bummer follow up their debut EP, Ripper Current, with this full-length featuring 13 sonic slabs of wallop guaranteed to please any self-respecting fan of trash rock. Recorded by Ty Segall at his now defunct Sweat Lodge studio. “Lance Barresi and Liz Tooley may not be big garage names like Ty Segall or John Dwyer are, but as the founders of Permanent Records they're arguably just as important. They're responsible for putting out rippers by Purling Hiss, Cave, Running, Charles Albright, Obnox, Bitchin Bajas, and many others. Endless Bummer lives up to their noisy legacy. Joined by the Spits' Greg Toumassian, they churn out four songs of sludgy, dark, screaming garage pop.” Pitchfork
In The Red
Lance Barresi and Liz Tooley are the co-founders of Permanent Records, which means they’re responsible for releasing and reissuing a whole mess of awesome music. They also run some excellent record stores in L.A. and Chicago. Now, they’ve rechristened themselves Lance and Liz Bummer, and together with Greg Bummer (of The Spits and Merx), they’re the punk trio Endless Bummer. On their debut EP, the trio churns out four tracks of dark-hued rock ’n’ roll with frayed edges and plenty of intimidation. Ripper Current was recorded by Ty Segall —the first material made in his new backyard studio, The Sweat Lodge—and it’s an awesome slab of sludgy punk.