sort of fucked up hazy uber-melodic pop caught in a tropical cyclone...read what others are saying...and check this band out. pretty, wonderful, outrageous...
"Operatic, comic book-esque, story-based songwriting, featuring oddball characters, scale-sliding vocal arrangements and schizophrenic tempo changes...the band incorporates a strange "tropical" vibe, one that makes the song sound like it belongs on the soundtrack to some perverted, campy horror flick set on an uncharted island." -- The Walrus Blog
"Shoegazers in a sewer tunnel, Philly noiseboys Aunt Dracula sing in itinerant voices that wander from unhinged hollers to demented croons. On their debut album, Face Peel, echoing guitars creep up in a sickly cloud that clings like a sweet hot fart and wilt out of tune in the middle of their own phrases" -- The Chicago Reader
"Aunt Dracula crosses frenetic, goofy, and intense vocals (think xiu xiu) with spacey effects and wild but tight instrumentation." -- The Baltimore Examiner
"...I'm not entirely sure Aunt Dracula are definable. Whatever they are, they're a far leap away from the post-punk bands that immediately spring to mind. With more and more creative indie types coming out of Northern America and Canada, it's getting harder to mold modern influences into something new, but Aunt Dracula do it with style." -- Drunkenwerewolf
"With a sound that conjures up a way-too-stoned evening on an almost-tropical beach, quirky psych-rock band Aunt Dracula probably feel more at home here in Miami than in their hometown of Philly." -- Flavorpill Miami
"Fortunately, Aunt Dracula rise above the norm, and not the undead, and have a sound not unlike what a vampire would feel like locked in a closet full of blood and garlic" -- Blackbook Magazine, San Fransisco
Aunt Dracula will be supported by local bizarro crooners Johnny Buffalo and quirky rocksters Carnivores.