Thursday, December 22, 2011

Pujol's Nasty, Brutish and Short CD review

I meant to post this two or three weeks ago when it was first published - Blurt magazine ran my review of Pujol's wonderful Nasty, Brutish and Short EP. Here's what I had to say:

"If one were to scratch out a blueprint for the archetypal indie-rock band, Nashville's Pujol would be the result. Founded by singer, guitarist, and songwriter Daniel Pujol - the only constant in a group that included the Police's Stewart Copeland at one time - the band that bears his name has made a lot of influential friends in a short period of time. In two years, Pujol has released ten different recordings, including the full-length X File On Main Street album, released by a variety of pureblood indie labels including Jack White's Third Man Records and Infinity Cat (JEFF the Brotherhood's imprint)."

Check out the rest of the album review on Blurt's website....

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