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THE BLANK TAPES is the moniker of Los Angeles & San Francisco based musician & artist, Matt Adams, who has produced over 10 albums of 1960’s psychedelic-surf-pop-folk-rock on an old 8 track cassette tape recorder in various garages, basements, sheds & bedrooms across the California Coast. Matt is also the artist behind his band’s posters & album covers, and along with his band mates, Pearl, DA, & Will, they’ve toured throughout America, Brazil, Europe, & Japan. They just released a 7” with 20-Sided Records and a few new cassette tapes with Burger Records, Curly Cassettes & Dome of Doom. They also have a new studio album called “VACATION” coming out on Antenna Farm Records Spring of 2013! Matt Adams is also the artist behind The Blank Tapes. Check out the website: www.theblanktapes.com

“The sunny sounds of L.A.’s Blank Tapes, who yoke a garage-pop sensibility to ferocious rock riffs.” -THE NEW YORKER

“The Blank Tapes. Full of lo-fi rock refrains you can get down to, “I’m Back” is the perfect tune to soundtrack your beach party” -UNDER THE RADAR

“Matt Adams and his band premiere perfect summer pop. The Blank Tapes are turning their sun folk sound into some of this summer’s best indie guitar pop, capturing the sound of golden West Coast pop like fire and lightening trapped in a jar.” -IMPOSE MAGAZINE

“#3 out of the TOP 5 LA Garage Rock Bands! 2012” -LA WEEKLY

“We discovered this lo-fi unsigned band – which somehow evokes Belle and Sebastian, Pavement, and the Black Keys – in a San Fran coffeehouse (just like the old days.)” ROLLING STONE

Edited by purmapak on 5 Nov 2012, 21:53

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