Iron Chic-Not Like This

Not Like This

Posted in Recommendations on August 10th, 2010

I haven't updated this section of the site in months, and it hasn't been from the lack of awesome records. It took an amazing slab of vinyl to get me out of this funk, and that record was the new Iron Chic LP, "Not Like This". Recorded with guitarist Phil Douglass, this record is the strongest effort from the...


Iron Chic -Shitty Rambo

Shitty Rambo

Posted in Recommendations on October 30th, 2009

Following up their 4 song demo, Shitty Rambo expands on the Iron Chic sound, embracing a perfect split of Latterman's hopefulness, and Small Arms Dealer's pessimism. These are the kind of songs that you need to sing along too, while the melodies bury themselves into your skull. You can get their 4 song demo from IYMI. http://www.ifyoumakeit.com/album/iron-chic/demo/ ...


Iron Chic-Demo

Demo

Posted in Albums on April 1st, 2009

Iron Chic is melodic in the same way Latterman are but, add Lubrano's dynamic-as-shit vocals, and you've got an unstoppable force on your hands. Complete with "whoa-oh"s and songs about parking lots, Iron Chic is sometimes unabashedly nostalgic while other times, they're more apt to say "fuck that: let's do something cool today." Similar to "A Flight and A Crash"-era...


Iron Chic-Hunger Strike

Hunger Strike

Posted in Live on February 10th, 2009

From the Hobo House, a place which hasn't had many shows in recent memory. This was overturned for Jared's birthday, when Nude Beach, Thousandaires, and Iron Chic played. This song was originally by the "super-group" Temple of the Dog. Lou and Mikey also filled in on guitar and vocals respectively.


Iron Chic-i never get winded

i never get winded

Posted in Live on December 8th, 2008

This year's Fest was great because one venue, the Kickstand, was all buddy bands, plus is was all ages. Iron Chic played the first day, and the room was packed. It was weird seeing some of the same shows all the way in Florida, but great to see how much everyone loved them. This new song is amazing..


Iron Chic-Cry-Baby

Cry-Baby

Posted in Live on July 12th, 2008

Featuring members of Latterman, Jonesin, and Small Arms Dealer. The "ungh" you hear in the beginning is from Mike Vlad. You can download their 5 song demo at their website which is linked below.