Copper Gamins- Los Ninos De Cobre LP. Comin’ atchya from just outside of Mexico City, The Copper Gamins cover some major musical ground with just guitar, drums and vocals along with the occasional less-than-fully-strung mandolin. With a sound that ramps up primitivism into a modernist atomic blast, Copper Gamins play raw, boisterous rock ‘n roll with a wild youthful naiveté as they bash the blues to hell. You can definately hear echoes of fellow blues bashing duos like The White Stripes and The Black Keys, but their influences reach father than that. As you listen to this LP you can hear the rock ‘n roll nostalgia of garage rock cult heroes The Sonics, a little bit of the Flat Duo Jets, some groovin Link Wray surf rock and punk-blues visionaries The Gun Club. Some great song writing at work here. The recording is totally on point as well, as it was recorded entirely on warm and fuzzy analog gear that totally lets the fertile artistic creativity shine. THESE ARE ON THE LIMITED TRANSLUCENT BLUE WAX and include an insert.