Saturday, February 1, 2014


About: Corners

Corners is a garage, post punk, surf band from California USA.

Corners started with Tracy Bryant, who was inspired to write the song “Beyond Way” using a 4 track cassette while listening to White Fence, The seeds, and VU. Rick Mabery recorded some of the drums at his studio after hearing the song and joined the band to play Corners first show via KXLU in Echo Park. Robert Cifuentes AKa Billy Changer recorded the performance live at the radio station and loved what he heard. He joined the band not long after.

Corners soon found them selves playing at a California Club called “The Smell” and became a regular act there. After a year of heavy schedules “Corners” released “My Baby” a 7" EP with Lolipop Records and soon followed that up with “Pressure” a 7" EP release with Mono Records.

The differing styles of the band members have meshed very well together combining Surf, Punk, Post Punk, garage rock, and 80’s New Wave into their own blend of Neo Psychedelia that is resonating with music fans up and down the California coast.

Corners is currently working on new material that is influenced by Rikk Agnew, The Cure, Cleaners from Venus, Broadcast, Hawkwind and the Lolipop bands and hope to tour Nationally in the summer of 2014.

Band Members: Tracy Bryant, Billy Changer, Rick Mabery

CORNERS - "PRESSURE" from Johnny Maroney on Vimeo.

Corners – Official Website
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