Songs from Suburban Ave.
What people are saying about the Basals! Good Times Magazine: 'As always, (they) proved to be consummate musicians. Every move they make on stage exudes their readiness for stardom.' '...another jewel in the crown of Long Island music.' 'If you're a music fan, you should buy it. If you are an A & R person, you should sign them. Period.' Musician Magazine: Named Top 10% in the Best Unsigned Band competition. Discmakers: Named Top 10% in the Best Unsigned Band competition. Newsday: 'The Basals have a lot to offer for an unsigned band - an appealing combination to talent scouts seeking the next Garbage or No Doubt.' The Island Voice: 'You'll love this band!' Mixx Magazine: 'The Basals command attention - a little punk, a little pop, a little grunge, a little sarcasm - once you catch your breath, you want more!' The Music Paper: 'Fine musicianship and clever arrangements are just two of the highlights here.' '...(the song) Time Bomb is definitely the ticket to a major label deal...' '...band to look out for...' Long Island Entertainment: 'The Basals are a cross between some of the best female-fronted power pop/new wave bands of the early 80's and pure 90's adrenaline.' '...a major label outfit momentarily going the grass roots road...' The Music Connection: '...a sure bet for A & R.' Good Times Magazine: 'Debut album so dynamic, so infectious, and so memorable - a grip on the human condition from the view of the young American mainstream - reminiscent ofthe post punk radio favs of the early 80's.' 'Strong songs, top shelf musicianship and a live show that should not be missed. Give The Basals your attention if you're into the cutting edge radio of our day.' The Island Ear - '(The Basals) understands the roots of the alternative scene better than most - inspired - musicianship first class.' More Sugar Entertainment - 'The roguish, energetic voice of lead singer Holli has a retro sound that is reminiscent of Blondie and the B-52's - punky pop songs that are playful and unerring. Frolicsome melodies that pull you into the fascination of The Basals.' Rock Diva Magazine - 'The Basals hold the crowd in the palm of their hands - a feast for Alternative Rock Lovers.'