Isotopes for Lonely Hearts
"Isotopes for Lonely Hearts" is the new LP from The Trembling Turncoats out of Brooklyn, New York. Enhancing modern indie sensibilities with echoes of vintage rock and '60s pop nostalgia, TTT's music offers something for everybody. "Isotopes" runs a gamut of musical styles, ranging from thoughtful acoustic melodies to punk-inflected rock songs-a perfect dose of variety for ears that have become accustomed to shuffling mp3s. The Trembling Turncoats are four strikingly normal guys fueled by adult-sized beverages who have a blast playing catchy tunes. Brett Warwick's honest lyrics and expressive vocals connect on an emotional level without seeming contrived or melodramatic. Lead guitarist Nathan Clendenen adds nuanced layers of complexity to the band's straightforward song structures, while Mike Bromberg's bass lines melodically complement Dan Killoren's thunderous yet precise drum technique. "Isotopes for Lonely Hearts" was recorded by Travis Harrison at Serious Business Studios in New York City. It was mixed and mastered through family and charitable favors. Production was financed by illegal kickbacks and other unspeakable deeds.