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Pseudo Youth



Rochester's Pseudo Youth rock like a band out of time and out of dimension. If the century never turned and the 1990's kept going, I suspect this band would have popped up around 199013. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jesse Sprinkle at his Bluebrick studios, "Zenkar" (named after a die-hard PY fan) rocks with the certainty defined by the post-grunge, big rock as laid out by the 90's. At the same time, the band plays with an exploratory vision not defined by any place in time other than right now. It's all guitars and groove and melody with vocals seething on top. The result is more big than loud. For those about to rock, this is the rock 'n' roll punch to the gut you want.