Sweep The Leg Johnny – Tomorrow We Will Run Faster

STLJ

When a band takes their name from The Karate Kid, you can just tell they are going to be pretty damn good. Hailing from Chicago, STLJ were awesome because they played such a unique brand of music, defying pigeon holes and genres throughout their three records. On one hand, the technicality of the instrumentation creates a mathy atmosphere, pretty similar to the likes of Cap’n Jazz. Trumpets and horns will suddenly come in syncopated jazzy bursts before giving way to lurches of guitar and frenzied drums, combining to create a refreshingly different sound and a perfect antidote to most stuff that you probably listen to.

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