The Scrams

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"Raucous garage rockers from New Mexico – these songs are drenched with sun baked drunken sweat. A party that lasts 30 minutes and almost as many beers, for fans of Oblivians and Reigning Sound and all other forms of organ saturated high energy rock ’n’ roll."--Maximum RockNRoll (Robert)

"trashy garage rock with frantic hooks and sonic mayhem"--Alibi

"Sometimes, especially these days, you hear a garage trash rock band and just don't dig it. But the magic of garage trash rock is supposed to be what happens when you hear a no-frills, organ-damaged, ultra-kick ass act like the Scrams: You think to yourself, "Dude...garage trash rock is so inherently awesome that ALL OF IT IS GOOD!" If only that which the Scrams make us dream of was actually true..."--Roctober

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released October 10, 2010

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The Scrams Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Scrams were started by Juan Carlos Rodriguez and Nate Daly in 2009 in Albuquerque, NM. Bass player Matthew Vanek and singer Joseph Cardillo joined up shortly after and songs were written. A week before our first show, the final element arrived in the shape of Daniel Eiland on a Farfisa organ. Matt left, J.J. played a couple shows, Dan left and Kenta helped us finish out our run in 2011. ... more

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