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Fe Fi Fo Fums


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Tonight at the Sunset Tavern in Seattle, drag your lazy ass out to a fun-smothered evening of wild reckless abandon as Seattle’s slop ambassadors of lo-fi loudness rake everyone over yet again. Even though the rest of the world is stuck knee deep in a holiday haze, there’s one band tonight that can wipe away your troubles with the grace of a nogged-up homeless lady on her last ten bucks, and that my dear friends is the Fe Fi Fo Fums. With some of their attention shifting over to the folk-fucked The Dutchess and The Duke project, we must not forget that it’s the Fums that were the glue that held the whole Boom Boom Records compound together so well, in turn, gaining them a notorious adorability. When the In the Summertime 7” EP was released in the sweltering summer heat of 2006, it was then certain that the Fe Fi Fo Fums were poised to take mid-tempo trash to its pinnacle early in the game, especially on their tear-jerking hit “I Can’t Help Myself” which locked them in with top honors for 7” of the year. It was as if Joey Ramone’s ailing heart was teleported through a broken telephone answering machine into the gut of Melvin Dundinkle, and the squeezing pressure of unrequited love just seemed to ooze through the speakers like black mud through a clogged heart valve. Their follow up single this year on Rob’s House Records broke down even more walls as they proffered two more chunks of their repertoire that ushered in yet another chapter of their rock’n roll purity campaign.

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