Release Date: January 9th, 2001
"Highly infectious, loop-filled songs laced with New Orleans-style grooves." -THE NEW YORKER
"Unconventional melodies, criss-crossing interplay, and snap-crackle-pop rhythms." -THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Brandishing old-world instruments and new-millennium technology, Drums & Tuba slip and slide their way through surf 'n' spy turf, experimental jazz, marching band music, hardcore funk, avant-punk, that stuff critics like to call "post-rock," and plenty of sounds even harder to put into words on Vinyl Killer, their debut album for Righteous Babe Records.