Like many, MANY things, you can get it online (oh my!)... on June 8, 2018.
Here's what some really cool reviewers have said about the album -
"an absolute must listen for anyone hungry for some great, no fluff rock music"
"Strange Culprits deserve to be commended for taking a chance and diving head first into the world of a style of music that in this present day- does not get its due"
"Strange Culprits appear worthy successors to the straight up rock of Kings of Leon and Alabama Shakes before them"
"Strange Culprits have put together a nine-song debut of American rock that teems with aspiration, longing, and soul"
"a standout version of road-ready, storytelling blues"
"A great debut by a trio that does simple things the way they should be done"
"something that is at the same time utterly familiar and comforting, but also exciting and interesting to deserve full attention"
"an excellent debut album"
"a sonic tension that’s tantalizing, almost hypnotic"
"Strange Culprits is definitely worth checking out when it drops"
"a new take on the ever-expanding Americana genre"
"draws from a Cohen-esque mindset"
"shares more lyrically with the sort of dark-toned neofolk we’ve come to know and love from the likes of Gill Landry and Lou Reed"
- For Folk's Sake
"comfortable with combining elements of soul, blues, country, and whatever else feels right"
"plenty of glimpses of a strong, captivating identity to warrant numerous listens"
-The Big Takeover
Seemingly disparate elements, thrown together by circumstance, that somehow end up working well together. If the band were Canadian, the situation would be likened to musical Poutine.
The band hails from the Bay Area, though only one of its members was born there.
Jason really needed a bass player. Multi-instrumentalist Sami always wanted to give a go at playing bass. So, Jason bought Sami a bass and an amp, taught her to play, and off to the races they went. Meanwhile, Jason met Tony and somehow convinced him the whole thing wouldn't turn out to be a total disaster. In their spare time, the three play interesting music together. Also, Jason and Sami are married to each other, so there's that.
Jason writes songs that tell the truth, even if the events depicted never occurred. It's mostly American rock music of some variety, and borrows from classic soul, honky tonk, pop, and folk. The music may speak to you, or it may not. Listen and decide for yourself.
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