Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Pinx turn the Atlanta heat into Look What You Made Me Do, one of 2009’s best rock records.

Grab the MP3 of “Impatience” by The Pinx at:
Watch The Pinx perform “Impatience” at:

“…like your favorite garage band all grown up... You can hear it all: Led Zeppelin, Cheap Trick, Aerosmith, The Who and The Kinks.” - Rebecca Ledford (

“They actually sound like a cross between Brother Cane and the more frenzied moments of Big Star’s Radio City LP.” - Connect Savannah

As The Pinx stand facing a sold-out crowd of 1800 at the Variety Playhouse, Atlanta’s hardest-working power trio have little time to dissect how they've reached this moment in one short year.

After proving themselves in dives and at festivals across the country and living on the road, The Pinx now find themselves collecting accolades from a certain Grammy-award winning band that chooses to remain anonymous (but is identified as any of several very large, extinct proboscidian mammals of the genus Mammut) and debuting an album that led Ben Harper to personally book them on his tour.

On stage, The Pinx are known for their violent performances, opening veins, pushing limits and reassuring the crowd that Rock and Roll at its best is sexy, snarky, dark and sweet. All of these philosophies are apparent in the grooves of the band’s debut album, Look What You Made Me Do. One listen and you’ll be glad they did what they did.

See The Pinx live in the deep south:

Sept 4 Atlanta, Georgia @ The Star Bar
Sept 17 Birmingham, Alabama @ The Nick,
Sept 18 Tuscaloosa, Alabama @ Egan’s Bar

Artist: The Pinx
Title: Look What You Made Me Do
Label: Self-Released
Release: August 25, 2009

“Impatience”: [MP3]
“Change Me”: [MP3]

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