Seattle’s Police Teeth continues to write, record, and perform some of the best indie ROCK around, despite the lack of financial gain, notoriety, or justice. Few are in its league. Hell, few are playing the same game. This is the sound of smart, cynical guys playing vital music that smokes damn near everything and raises a joyful ruckus in the process. — cneutron
Police Teeth knew it wasn’t supposed to flush that, but had to find out for itself. — Tree
Lake of Fake PRF Quarter 6 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 04 April 2014
- Front Cover is “Headphone Girl” by Ace.
- Back Cover is “The Last Days of Primeburger” by Jodi Shapiro, New York City, May 24th 2012
- Obi by Hench with tweaking by notimeforlove.
- Logo by Sleepkid
- Cover printed by Imprint.
- Insert printed by Enframing Press.
- Mastered by Chris Goosman at Baseline Audio
- Records pressed by Gotta Groove.
Police Teeth continuing the rock on night two of PRFBBQ2013 at The Burlington Bar in Chicago, Illinois on Friday, June 21st, 2013.
For more info on Police Teeth, please visit Police Teeth on Bandcamp and Police Teeth on Facebook.
This summer rocked my old ass off.
Well, it started out that way. I had an unexpected amount of free time that became available just as Police Teeth rolled thru the Midwest. “Awesomer Than The Devil” blew my rock and roll paradigm to pieces, and is still holding steady at the top spot of the 2011 new elpee list I am constantly updating in my brain. I’d found out about Police Teeth thru D.j. Hostettler, the drummer for noise maniacs ifihadahifi. D.j. also was the guy who turned me on to the Electrical Audio board, and, consequently, the PRFBBQ.
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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.