Jumpsuit is a rock and roll band. They have been around
since before awhile ago. They put out a record and now they are putting
out another and then later on they will do it again! We are excited and
have to wait, but we know it is worth it so we can handle it. They are
a guitarist and a bassist and a drummer and they all can sing like crazy.
When you see them you know for sure immediately that they will be in the
history books. Go see them shine and buy a lot of records for posterity's
sake and as an investment for your children.
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mkrbrk1 Paperdolls 7"- 2003
Debut EP on Make or Break.
Songs: Little Tijuana
Songs About Girls
O O O
mkrbrk2 Regret CD
O O O (a tie for last)
Theme from "Regret"
Present For My Baby
In A Way
Hope and Need
Pick Up the Phone
"School"/"No Statue" 7"- 2005
Debut EP on Make or Break.
mkrbrk7, with Hard Art Groop Cowtown: The Musical: The Opera- 2007
With Hard Art Groop. The story of conjoined Texlahoman twins and their quest for big poker winnings..
Wretchitatif & Aria Hola
How Now Town Cow?
Rodeo Poker At The Roundup
Gunz And Butter
The Big Game
Hope & Need
The Morning After
On The Table
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Press: "Regret was recorded in Chicago,
Illinois. The songs are a little quirky but they are also catchy. [Jumpsuit] fuse together different elements to produce a creative sound.
This sound is solid alternative rock with indie influences. The different
tempos throughout the album keep it interesting and fun. (KB)" From Sentimentalist: "They've got a sense of humor and playfulness and through all fifteen tracks, they're able to bring a little bit of their party right to your door... Addictive. " From Concussion: "Jumpsuit could go on a Monsters of Rock tour with Ween and the Dead Milkmen and it would be pretty awesome."
For School/No Statue
From Exclaim!: "The trio that is Jumpsuit are hardwired in indie
pop sensibilities, and this seven-inch is no exception. The result of
being holed up all winter listening to the Vibrators and New York Dolls,
“No Statue” is playful but poignant, sounding a lot like a
stroll through a bleak suburban neighbourhood or a late-night drive through
a desolate borough with nothing but a mix-tape for company. “School”
is a highly amusing song about, well, school. It has a good amount of
energy flowing through it, but be warned: it’ll be stuck in your
head for days. The sleeve keeps the school theme going with a yearbook
photo of an AV club. Three faces are scratched out with black ink and
“dorks” is written over top. Is it likely that these are Jumpsuit’s
members, Nathan Tolzmann, Grant Sutton, and Matthew Tolzmann? Perhaps,
but they certainly don’t seem like dorks when they’re coming
through your record player." From Askew
two songs are somewhat quirky (for lack of a more imaginative term), combining
angular nerdism with bits of pleasurable, ripping rock and roll, and it
almost seems like there’s an identity crisis going on here. Maybe
that’s Jumpsuit’s thingio (and yours, ya free-thinking, Green-voting
pothead), but it ain’t really mine. And while this record is admittedly
more interesting than a lot of things I get to review, I keep finding
myself wishing that it completely rocked rather than slipping in and out
of that lovely state of being. –Ben Hunter" From Punk
Planet : "Two
weird pop songs from this Chicago outfit (ha ha, Jumpsuit . . . outfit).
"No Statue" is a quirky lo-fi rocker with a dark breakdown in
the middle. "School" is also quirky, and its jagged guitar line
and chant-y vocals remind me of Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk," of all
things. Odd keyboard bleeps throughout both songs. Pretty odd little single,
I like it." From The
Sentimentalist: "No wonder this trio
comes eqipeed with their own TV cartoon. This two-song 7" features
'No Statue',a Richard Hell-ish 70s punk meets garage grabber, armed with
mellow moments and a series of Who-inspired guitar strums. B-sie 'School'
sounds sped-up, with a barrage of chipmunk/South Park-style voices and
a spitting chorus of 'All you know how to go to schol, go go go go go
go go to school!' Relive those childhood years of being taunted in the
schoolyard with this refreshingly spiky tune.--Celine" From Roctober: "This super fun band rocks these ditties absurdly, making these absurditties." From Wonkavision: "Don’t let their big chops and loud getups fool you. These guys probably know what they are doing. “No Statue” takes a page from The Velvet Underground’s playbook, while side B harkens back to early ‘80s sing-along punk. “Go/Go/Go/Go/Go to School,” chants the singer. And he’s not even stuttering. - D.J. Short"
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