SH SH SH Shark Attack!!!
'Combining the most experimental elements of 80s radio and the clean guitar punch of Dick Dale, their sound begs for a spot on a Tarantino soundtrack and will have you scratching your head in disbelief and tapping your foot at the same time! Didn't think you could do that, did you?' Joseph Coscarelli - the deli magazine '... their mishmash of surf guitar and the bizarre, carnival-esque feel of '50s cult classics escapes mere novelty. Perhaps it's born from their reliance on proto-punk propulsion and choruses occasionally reminiscent of the early-'80s California hardcore, producing songs that are arty without ever succumbing to pretension, and, perhaps most importantly, really, really fun.' Tal Rosenberg - Stylus Magazine 'You can't say other bands haven't tried to dissolve the boundry between the action and the audience. If that were the case, what did hardcore have to offer? But Sh- Sh- Sh- Shark Attack!... is recycling and refusing to present the notion of audience inclusion in any light other then there own. Unlike hardcore, Sh- Sh- Sh- Shark Attack1 dosen't give their fans a good show by way of physical altercations, but rather invites them to join in on their blissed-out vibe via a smile and a nod to surf rock. The self-proclaimed nerdy dudes turned bad-ass rockers are generating a sound that's somewere between an angry Frankie Avalon and a Croation counterpart to Tom Verlaine, and the Kids at their shows can't stop dancing about it.' Jesse Sposato - Useless Magazine 'I really enjoyed this stuff. Took a bit of adjusting to at first, but it quickly grew on me. They're a combination of beachy, dirty, bitter, and catchy. Think 'Add It Up' by the Violent Femmes meets 'Rock Lobster' by the B-52's.' -ReadJunk magazine.