4/12/2007 - Whitey


Incorporating the best of rock, electro,and folk, the UK's Whitey plans on re-introducing America again to some good dance and chill sounds.

The Light at the End of the Tunnel Is a Train is a dance album with the following influences: '70s funk and punk, krautrock and glam rock, post-punk attitude and acid house volume (sometimes even all at once, as on 'Y.U.H.2.B.M.2'), all mixed together with the consummate skill of genre-hopping music nerds with big record collections.Imagine Marc Bolan jamming over Can loops with some particularly gnarly psychedelic keyboards and sub-David Byrne deadpan singing, and you might just have an idea of what exactly Whitey sounds like.

Come catch Whitey for free at CD WORLD on April 12th at 7:00pm and pick up a copy of his latest CD 'The Light at the End of the Tunnel is a Train' on sale!