Look at That EP
"Fingers fanned out at chest level, terry-cloth band on his wrist, leaning back slightly, [Julz A] strikes a classic rapper's pose despite playing an instrument that has been relegated to Dorkville at least since the Beatles." - New York Times Squeeze Rock makes the accordion cool again. So cool, in fact, that it's an "Accordion Alternative." Rock and Hip-Hop somewhere between Beck and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. JULZ-A (joolZAY) plays the accordion as if it's the guitar in a rock band. And as this eclectic accordionist, vocalist, percussionist and composer continues to take his uniquely alt-rock/hip-hop in ever-intriguing new directions, Squeeze Rock will become a notorious force in the music community impossible to copy. This album features a collection of instruments and moments in a studio that compliment the experience of any Squeeze Rock show. You have to see it to believe it, and even then it's hard to believe how good the music is despite what it's being played on. You'll forget about the fact that there's an accordion while listening, but the music on this record is only the beginning, and once you hear it you'll want to hear more. It features five original songs by Julz-A and three remixes of 'Look At That' by producers that will peak your curiosity even more because of the creative ways they interpret song. We hope you enjoy the music and become avid fans of the band!