The Stripe Stripe Fiasco is pleased to announce that their first full length album “Teeth” is available on CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and many more soon to come. I could talk up the album, but the press has already started to roll in.
“To put The Stripe Stripe Fiasco into one particular genre of music is nearly impossible. I’ve listened to their new album Teeth several times all the way through and I have yet to figure out what genre or sub genre I would stick them in. Maybe that’s what makes them so unique; they have the ability to simply sound like The Stripe Stripe Fiasco. Hailing from Denver, Colorado, Richard Schwering, Rachel King, Joel Monroe, and Bobby Barbeau have come together to create an indie masterpiece that is not only very listenable but very enjoyable. ”
- Chris Axe, Indie Music Reviewer (Jul 31, 2012) 4 out of 5 stars!
“The ten high-powered, high-impact tracks on this release are indeed sonically schizoid, not to mention rockin’ throughout. Divided between the eerie, relaxed vocals of multi-instrumentalist Rachel King and the deep, post-grunge snarl of Richard Schwering, the album centers on frank introspection and subtle, almost carefree melody grounded in intentional pacing.”
- Kelsey Whipple, Westword (Aug 09, 2012)
“The Denver-area band consists of vocalist and keyboard player Rachel King, Richard Schwering on guitar and vocals, Bobby Barbeau on bass, and Joel Monroe on drums. Together their collective contributions revive so much of what I adored about 70s punk, 60s mop-top rock, and 90s grunge. See what I mean? Who needs definition if something simply sounds great? The quartet has been performing frequently in Boulder, Denver, Golden, and beyond since 2008 but has reached a cornerstone in their career: the release of their first full-length album. “Teeth”. What is it about teeth? Everybody has a mouthful of them, but every single one is different. Kind of like everybody’s experience of love and loss; whenever you experience that it feels so personal and alienating, but really everybody’s experience with heartbreak is universally similar.”
- Dylan Muhlberg, The Grateful Web (Aug 01, 2012)