Smart Bets: Krektones album release

Multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire Jason Krekel informs us that the Krektones are instro-rock — "don't call 'em surf cuz we's in the mountains" — and they'll be releasing their first EP on Family Night Records (home of local bands Tony Wain and the Payne and Doom Ribbons). The four-song 45 includes a Ventures cover, Greg Cartwright's "Stop and Think it Over," and two new tracks from the Krektones. The band (with Dave Gay on bass, Lance Wille on drums and Henry Westmoreland on trumpet and sax) announces a vinyl release party at newly reopened Static Age Records on Saturday, March 10. Doors at 8 p.m.


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