Influenced by your usual 90s noise-rock suspects and with a worrying interest in thermonuclear weapons, Joe 4 write monolithic music with more balls than 90% of music on the planet. The formula is simple: write loads great riffs (maybe ten per song) and stick them all together in a way that at times may appear random, but upon closer inspection is actually very well blueprinted. Then get your pro-wrestler singer to shout sloppy English over it all and you have ideal music to drive a tank to. Or just play loud in your room, either way works. To paraphrase the early 80s New Zealand band the Gordons: listen to Joe 4, or they’ll blow you up. — Bill Swansea
Bradley R. Weissenberger of the rock band .22 hosted an all PRF radio show this passed Saturday, August 13th, 2011 on 106.7 WRHC Radio Harbor Country in Grand Haven, MI from 9 to 11 PM. In addition, the show was streamed live on their website through out the digital land.
While the broadcast, with all it’s wacky comedy bits, and controversial topics of conversation was not saved, Mr. Weissenberger was kind enough to replicate the playlist on this PRF Radio Hour on Bandcamp page. Click through to enjoy a stream of great music.
Lake of Fake PRF Quarter 2 is a six song EP released on 45rpm vinyl. The EP is part of an eight record subscriber only series with 48 bands contributing music. Vinyl Rips were provided by forum member Motorbike Guy.
- Released 02 June 2011
- Mastering: Chris Goosman – Baseline Audio
- Cover Art: “The Past Eats the Future” by Colin Frangos
- Back: K Hogrefe/A Fine Chaos, Photography by A Reed
- Obi design: Hench with tweaking and printing by No Time for Love
- Logo designed by Sleepkid
- Cover printed by Imprint
- Insert printed by Enframing Press
- Records pressed by Dosado.