The indie rock being pumped out in the 90s should unquestionably be considered as one of the best times in music. The constant hearty flow of bands surging onto the scene allowed fans to take stock and witness greatness unfolding before them. Growing up in Columbus, Ohio, WVWhite’s own Tyler Trent was able to fully get the opportunity to immerse himself into the decade-long run of stellar bands/artists/songs. Tyler also has had his father to fall back on and learn a thing or two (musician formerly a member of Gunshy Ministers and Bush League All-Stars).
After dropping an EP in January 2012 and their impressive debut LP in February 2014, WVWhite is set to release their sophomore LP House of Spiritual Athletes on April 21 via Anyway Records. Today, Ghettoblaster is proud to premiere the video for the single from the new album “Truth Is New”.
Moving onward with their mucky sound, it’s hard to not pick up on the guidance set forth from well-liked bands such as Pavement and Sleater-Kinney. All the way through “Truth Is New”, the reckless nature of memories blasting those early scrubby 90s tunes are ever present. WVWhite goes about it on their own terms, which is absolutely refreshing.
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