Left & Right is a band from Philly. They've got a new album coming out on Infinity Cat this Tuesday, Sept. 9th, called Five Year Plan. It's the third installment in Infinity Cat's Cassette Series (curated by Diarrhea Planet's Casey Weissbuch). The band will be playing a record release show on Saturday at The Stone Fox with Bully and JP5. But the last time they were in town, we met up with them to chat: on life, the origins of their band, and, of course, their new record. The following are some excerpts from our conversation.
We remember the first time we were introduced to the Yung Houdinne (as he is affectionately called by some). It was live at The Black Pearl Warehouse (RIP) last October. He played a very impromptu, very low-key, very casual, and completely mind-blowing set in front of about a dozen people plus.
Julia Bee Williford - 5'2", 95 lbs, 05.02.94, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
If you were at The Wrong House a couple Wednesdays ago, then you were lucky enough to catch the first show at the house of Western Medication’s frontman, Justin Landis. The breathing room only crowd in the remarkably intimate basement of The Wrong House is surely a testament to the growing popularity of the group...
Word on the street is that the houses 'round here are droppin' like flies. And we ain't talking 'bout the ones that the developers are knocking down by the dozen for bougie, pre-fab condos and starter homes.