Yes, Tarantino music is it's own genre. Ask the many ad execs who pick up on the latest from every Tarantino film and use it. There are great songs that have singing in them too, but we don't do those.
We specialize in the great crossfade between 60's-70's Surf, Soul, Spy and Spaghetti Western that makes gangsters, samurai, failed thieves, and even basterds somehow more hip, and more appealing.
We were Ennio, Booker T, Mancini and Dick Dale fans long before we saw any Tarantino Movies, but there's something about what's moving on the film during these songs that makes them really swing. See ya later.
Formed in 2005, we have played such venues as: the 2010 US Open Tennis Tournament, Nitehawk Cinema, Rockwood Music Hall, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Southpaw, Brooklyn Bowl, The Way Station, The Record Collector, Roxy & Dukes, Rodeo Bar, R Bar, Small Beast, Otto's Shrunken Head, Sugarland, Benefit for Long Island City Boathouse, NYC Horror Film Festival, Wrath of Cannes Film Festival, LIC Bar, Baggot Inn, the Delancey, Boltax Gallery, Cha Cha's of Coney Island, Deno's Wonderwheel, Deadman's Curve Car Shows, NY Autofest, Northport Ratfest classic car show, Mets Cruise, Don Hill's, Bowery Electric, Astoria Park, Twangstock...and many more.We were filmed for the Tripwave TV show and were also guests on the Joey Reynolds radio show on WOR-AM.
Members of this band have been in many other NYC area bands and have tons of experience playing venues large and small, indoor and outdoor, such as: Southstreet Seaport, the Intrepid, NYC Marathon, CBGB's, The Lonestar Roadhouse, Continental, BItter End, Manny's Car Wash, Village Gate, Le Bar Bat and the '64 World's Fair!The CD's