Qui / Mike Watt + The Secondmen Split Green 7" Vinyl
Limited edition bright green color vinyl, limited to 100 copies. Includes instant grat download of both tracks and music video for "Awkward Human Interest".
Qui is back with new music for the ?rst time since 2007. The song “Awkward Human Interest” is the ?rst glimpse at their new album, which is due out in early 2014 and is produced by Toshi Kasai & Dale Crover (The Melvins). Mike Watt and his Secondmen cover a fellow San Pedro band, Toys That Kill, for an amazing take of “No One”.
Qui - "Awkward Human Interest"
Mike Watt + The Secondmen - "No One"
Qui - "Awkward Human Interest" Music Video (via digital download)
Twenty-six years after The Minutemen's landmark Double Nickels on the Dime, Watt returns to the familiar punk and jazz influenced sound he and his band made famous. This time, it's more refined and more mature without lacking any of the energy or urgency of yesteryear. Hyphenated-Man features thirty songs in 47 minutes with Watt on bass, his deep baritone singing melodies and reciting spoken word while the Missingmen (Raul Morales and Tom Watson) wail on drums and guitar.
Caveman was born in New York in January of 2010, when a group of friends decided it was time to put aside their boyhood ways and start being men. For Coco Beware, they went into the Loveboat studio with Nick Stumpf (French Kicks) to commit their songs to record