Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Dexateens Release FREE Album, Hit Jax with Drive By Truckers

The new Dexateens record, Lost and Found, was recently released for free as an internet download (with a pay-if-you-want option) . You can grab a quick listen to the country-meets punk-meets classic rock band’s style before they open up for Drive by Truckers on Friday May 16th at Freebird.

The Dexateens recorded Lost and Found over two sessions at Old Capitol Recording in Tuscaloosa with engineer Shane Lollar, sandwiched in between the recording of their fifth studio recording, the forthcoming Singlewide. The band features Elliot McPherson (vox, guitars), John Smith (vox, guitars), Matt Patton (bass), and Nikolaus Mimikakis (guitar). The band’s long-time drummer Craig “Sweet Dog” Pickering left the band before the second session to form a new group, the Sweet Dog Experience, and Brian Gosdin was recruited to fill the void behind the drum kit.

Download: Lost and Found (the whole damn album)

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