MP3 Jodi Hates the World - a comet tail life...
a cohesive blend of thick distortions, surreal soundscapes, driving rhythms, and aching melodies with counter vocals; Jodi Hates the World brings us the best of the emo, grunge, and progressive rock genres.
6 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Emo, ROCK: Modern Rock
JODI HATES THE WORLD
Jason Harrison: Vocals/Guitar
John Woodard: Vocals/Bass
Brad Blackwell: Drums
''Earth quaking distortion and melodic, heart-wrenching vocals''
''I''m intrigued by the lyrics... the harmonizing and even the band''s cohesion in their instrumentation style, oftentimes reminiscent of early Smashing Pumpkins''
-Mandy Johnson, The Synthesis
''Grim psychedelic and atmospheric...like a storm cloud too caught up in its personal problems to bother with the whole rain gig''
''Their sound has that emoriffic-lyrical styling; driven by guitar pedal antics and a stern rhythm section... like a Future Sound of Garage Rock.''
''Jodi Hates the World is stellar sad bastard music, the kind you use to drown out the hum of driving through flatlands late at night, creating your own sonic shell. Theirs is a quest to wrap their music around you and draw you in''
-Skip Allums KLSU
After moving from the heat and humidity of Louisiana, Jodi Hates the World began playing shows in Seattle in late 2001. With the release of their first full-length album, ''Ghosts'' in 2003, the band begin touring the west coast regularly, as well as building their following in Seattle. Ghosts received regular rotation airplay throughout the northwest, and was a Northwest Top Ten Pick by John Richards of KEXP in 2003. JHW toured steadily in 2004, and made appearances on KEXP''s Popular ''Audioasis Live'' program. In the fall of 2005, JHW recorded a follow-up EP with legendary Seattle producer Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney) The record, entitled ''A Comet Tail Life'' has just been released by San Francisco''s Fruit Lamp Records. The band will be touring to support the record in the spring of 2006.