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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Nodzzz Signs to Woodsist, Drops Sweetly 'Amateurish' New Song

Posted By on Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 8:52 AM

click to enlarge Nodzzz - DAVID ARMSTRONG
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We're not sure exactly what it says when your own publicist describes your music as "amateurish," but we're pretty sure it says something. Anyway, we'd call S.F. jangle-poppers Nodzzz charmingly amateurish if at all so, and this new track "Time (What's It Going to Do?) highly enjoyable. Not to engage in a battle of adjectives here, but maybe "adorable" is the word? Or "childish"? -- and we mean that in a nice way. 

Anyway, what's time gonna do? Pretty sure it's going to see the release of a new Nodzzz album, Innings, on the fine Woodsist label this spring. A more satisfying answer to that question -- in the form of a free MP3 of the new song -- awaits you after the jump.

Honestly, this had us at the line "Time, what's it going to do? / Bring me down and wear out my shoes." If this is amateurish -- and, at 1:39 in length, it sorta is -- we like.



Catch Nodzzz playing in S.F. next on March 2 at the Knockout.

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