NICE BREEZE is a veteran three-piece from Washington, DC who stir up lo-fi, surf-tinged punk cuts that weave droning hooks with laconic, off-the-cuff vocals and take you for a buoyant ride on an ever-cresting wave inside the bonzai pipeline of your mind.
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"[Schroedinger's Cat's Grave] reminds me of a narcoleptic Hussy; a bargain-bin bare-bones Cramps bred on sugar-coated cereal and Altered Beast; a grimy Yo La Tengo cover band - and that is all in the first three songs. There are so many fringes of recognition throughout - such as Iggy, Lou, Bob Mould...yet it never feels like a pastiche - it is very much a capsule of a singular warped vision. They are an intriguing proposition - the album feels much older than it is, as if recorded in Rob Pollard's Cleveland kitchen in 1993." - Sonic Masala
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"Regardless of any comparisons or cliches your mind might wander to this just has that feeling of a band who could have been around in the 1970's and who could have played CBGB's at one point and, yet, they still seem to keep it modern just as well. Definitely for fans of rock, punk and punk rock. Coincidentally, what is with Schroedinger's Cat's Grave? Is the cat in there or not?" - Raised By Gypsies