The Third EP from The Johnnie Squizzercrow Experiment introduces their new lead guitarist, D (Alias Damian Lyons). This cover art was banned from the major stores, so a “Censored” version is also included!
The sixth single from The Johnnie Squizzercrow Experiment.
This is now experiment number 3 and another new line-up! The band returns after a year of absense from the live scene and a completely new set of songs. Singer, Tamsyn, replaces Debz, and guitarist Ed replaces Dave.
The new songs are now slightly more structured and the band explore a diverse range of genres from Dub reggae to funk; from punk to metal and all kinds in between. Following on from Experiment number 2 where the sound was cut back to bare basics, the 3rd Experiment expands on this and takes in some new sounds with an extra guitar, melodica, and various other noises in the pipeline, mostly played by new singer, Tamsyn. However, rhythm section Guy and Lynn, manage to keep the same feel and energy to the sound of the new material, allowing this Experiment to retain existing fans whilst appealing to a wider market. (See song pages for further details).
Featuring 2 tracks:- WARNING!! Both tracks contain explicit lyrics.
1. Individual – A stomping clap-along crowd participation event that rants about many artist’s lack of individuality. JSE play what they want and and don’t care what the media thinks!
2. Down Bitch – Weird dischordant lead guitar, meets strongly accented bass riffs and angry vocals that reject authority.
The individual songs and licensing can be purchased from the song pages. Click on the song titles above to go there. To get the complete single, choose an option below!
The songs can be auditioned from the song pages or from the band page.
Lancashire’s Singing Bus Driver, alias Graham Cregg, is a singer-songwriter who still drives buses for a living and has been entertaining his passengers since the self-release of his first song “Cultures” earlier in 2015.
Now signed to Wobbly Music, his Christmas song “Rudolph” is now available, and if you’re a bus passenger in Lancashire, no doubt you’ll be hearing about it from some of the drivers that know him, if not from Graham himself.
A two-track single is currently in production for release early next year, so if you like this song, be sure to come back later and check that one out too.