Welcome Rockers!

I Scored 20 copies of the recording of "Superstitious" I made for the Joyful Noise "Almost Live" 7" series when we got to Indianapolis on our house tour. In our case it was "Totally Live"! :)

Despite my voice being really raw, it turned out great. I mixed it at Jakerock Immobile Unit and they did a beautiful picture disk on one side and pressed 1000 copies only meant to ever be available to members of Joyful Noise V.I.P. club....






UNTIL NOW
$25 postpaid in USA.
ONLY 20 COPIES AVAILABLE
(store link)







Good news for Sebadoh fans:
Logistics being sorted for a new record to be made this fall! Rehearsals and jamming in August / recording in Massachusetts in August!


Jason Loewenstein "Spooky Action"





THE BIG TAKEOVER: "Spooky Action" review
http://bigtakeover.com/recordings/jason-loewenstein-spooky-action-joyful-noise-recordings

"....Jason Loewenstein’s playful rocking tendencies have always stood out amongst Lou Barlow’s shy introspection and Eric Gaffney’s bonkers odysseys. Fifteen years after his only other solo full-length, it’s great to see another record chock full of turbo-charged barnburners from the man."



GHETTOBLASTER: "Friday Roll Out" "Spooky Action" review
http://ghettoblastermagazine.com/2017/friday-roll-dropped-61617/

"Oh dear Lord, after listening to Spooky Action I’m spent. There are 11 proper songs here and the beauty of this album lingers on, long after it ends. Hell yes."


SPILL MAGAZINE: "Spooky Action" review
http://spillmagazine.com/spill-album-review-jason-loewenstein-spooky-action/

"An extremely strong album.  And a perfect album for the summer.  Fans should enjoy and people who may not be familiar with his music give it a chance, he may have a whole new fanbase.   One small request, let us not have to wait another 15 years until the next solo album."

SOUNDBLAB: "Spooky Action" review
https://soundblab.com/reviews/albums/18368-jason-loewenstein-spooky-action

"...there are at least 100 guitar riffs on this album."

"Spooky Action is a blink-and-you'll-miss-it smash through 12, three minute, not-quite pop songs; played by a man who is more than proficient on all instruments. The writing and playing are difficult enough to interest all fans of 90s Lo-Fi. Jason Loewenstein also has so many ideas, it seems like there are 15 years' worth competing for our attention. A welcome return from an under-rated talent, still reassurringly fecund."










SOLO DATES WITH EVAN DANDO:

JUNE 22 ONCE BALLROOM SOMERVILLE
JUNE 23 THE FOUNDRY PHILLY
JUNE 24 BOWERY BALLROOM NEW YORK