If you took a look at the description of the ‘Flexi’ subscription (Hey, I’m a poet & didn’t even know it!) on the order page already you may have noticed that for this three month run we are focusing on the ‘rock’ genre. While our first artist is more dark and folksy, the natural progression of musical intensity would be that our second artist is more upbeat; and what I would classify as modern rock.
The band, Judy Tribune, hailing from Central Florida has based their music around a fictional character of the same name. Judy Tribune, the woman, is a concept; a 1940’s style pin up girl, with a wide range of emotions. Members Rick (vocal/guitar), Kris (drums) and Kyle (bass) joined forces in late 2009 and began unveiling pieces of their muse’s life through their music. The manic abstraction fans will come to know as Judy Tribune inspires an aggressive, yet quirky sound of experimental rock that will undoubtedly evolve as the stories of her life are told.
I met the band, Judy Tribune through their manager via Twitter. She mentioned that the band expressed interest in releasing some of their music on some physical formats outside the norm. She sent me a sample of the band’s music and I was hooked! Not only do ‘Polish postcards‘ go along quite nicely with their concept and persona, but I thought ‘Flexi of the Month’ would be a great place for an emerging indie rock artist, such as them, to begin releasing music on optional formats. Don’t take my word for it, check out the song we will be releasing!