Title - 'I'm Not Good' (Cleopatra Records)
Artist - ST 37
ST 37, an Austin, Texas-based psych/space rock band formed in 1987 (by bassist S.L. Telles, vocalist Carlton Crutcher, guitarist Joel Crutcher and drummer John Foxworth), have been part of the much heralded Austin, TX music scene for quite some time now. Bringing forth the best in noisy, hypnotic rock music, the band - S.L. Telles, Joel Crutcher, Lisa Cameron, Bobby Baker and Chris Cones - their brand new album, I'm Not Good is yet another incredible musical journey into densely layered compositions.
1. Down On Us
3. Dirty Little Homewrecker
4. In Crowd
5. Odd Ass Silence
6. Girl Like You
8. Eroica Horns
9. Magnetic Amphibian Hydrated Gills
10. Feeding Friendzy
11. The Pit Out Back
12. Doppelganger's Doppelganger
The band that have shared the stage with Sonic Yout, Acid Mothers Temple, Hawkwind, Chrome and many others began with a series of cassette releases which were followed by the band's first CD, The Invisible College, in 1992. The next few years saw the release of another album, Glare, the departure of keyboardist Jon Torn, and some other line-up changes; with drummer John Foxworth eventually replaced by drummer Dave Cameron (later known as Lisa), who had previously played with Brave Combo, Glass Eye, Three Day Stubble and Roky Erickson. Mark Stone joined in 1997 on guitar, and the band released their next studio album, Spaceage, in 1998.
Following the release of two more albums in 1999 and 2000, Carlton Crutcher left to form the band Book of Shadows. Mark Stone left in the late 2000s, while Bobby Baker, a member of the Baby Robots and Rubble, joined as guitarist/vocalist in time for the 2010 release of High and Inside.
Later, ST 37 added Chris Cones, formerly of Skullcaster, SubArachnoid Space and How I Quit Crack, on keyboards and electronics. Coming full circle, this brand new album goes to prove that this band continues to perform and record high quality, meaningful music for the masses.