Review: Fetish


Hailing from Greenday’s Billie Jo Armstrong’s label, Adeline, these Bay Area boys have assembled an album unique unto itself. Bearing overall more of a punk influence than anything else, it lacks the gritty, rawness of true punk format, but its complicity is its selling point.  Hell, with all the bands out there right now loosely throwing about the term “punk” to hallmark themselves, I suppose I would be safe with that label.  But I’d hate to pigeonhole these guys.  Silver is stamped with the elements of melodious synchronicity and elevated rock gestures, characteristics often absent in punk.  So do right by these guys, and hunt their album down and give it a listen.