DEAD HOOKERS’ BRIDGE CLUB: The Hoo Dee Hoo: 7”

It was sweet of Jack Switchblade to include a handwritten note addressed to Razorcake, simply stating, “We are the Dead Hookers’ Bridge Club and we play rock and roll music. This record is good to listen to.” I agree. It’s a weird mix of campy, swampy, fifties falsetto; fuzzed out average rock; and coked-out, pubbed-up, bash-your-head with a heavy glass mug punk. Not a bad hand.

 –thiringer (New Art School)