At first blush, it's easy to mistake Clem Snide for a joke band, an impression that's helped along thanks to titles like "Evil vs. Good," "The Junky Jews" and "Joan Jett of Arc." But Barzelay's punchlines are double-edged: "How could you say that?" he asks, lamenting over one of the album's many lost loves on "Ancient Chinese Secret Blues." "You just opened your mouth/Now I haven't the courage to stay/Calgon, take me away." And when he asks, "Does anybody get what they want?/What do you mean when you talk about love?" on "Ice Cube," there's no doubting his sincerity.
Clem Snide plays Smith's Olde Bar Sun., Sept. 9.
"your favorite local atlanta band sucks"
Thanks for reading, and thanks for the catch!
Tues, Dec 31st. Not 21st.
Innovative & fresh sound !!!
Too many memories. I remember we were smoking meth on the back patio and a…