New Jersey Teens Embrace Zolo Music

August 29, 2006 at 12:57 pm 2 comments

The Lucky Constrictors began in the spring of 2004, when it’s members were still in high school. I am not sure they are still making music together or if they are still in high school, but what they left us is certainly Zolo. There was word that the band had recorded a CD’s worth of material, but the only songs I can find are on their Myspace profile. Good stuff though. I think they listen to a lot of Mr. Bungle. Can anyone suggest any Mr. Bungle with a definite Zolo edge? The metal has always repulsed me.

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  • 1. Sylvan Migdal  |  September 4, 2006 at 1:43 am

    The zoloest Mr. Bungle songs I can think of would probably be “Ma Meeshka Mow Skwoz” and “None of Them Knew They Were Robots”–both brilliant. Maybe “Goodbye Sober Day” too, but you’d have to get past a pretty metallic section in that one! That stuff has never bothered me. Their use of metal is pretty restrained most of the time, anyway (“Everyone I Went to High School With Is Dead” notwithstanding).

  • 2. facemustardglassplaster  |  October 16, 2006 at 1:26 pm

    hello and salutations. One member dropped out of high school during his Junior year of high school. The other two graduated with the class of 2006. From what i understand, they are going to try to put on some shows in New Jersey. Don’t forget about these guys, and check out some of their side-projects.

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