The debut album from punk rock party machines, Julius Sumner Miller, is a gratifyingly stripped-down and unabashed romp.
Named for the Hilarious House of Frightenstein’s famed Professor, Julius Sumner Miller deliver their music just as the Professor delivered physics lessons: defiantly, in double-time.
But while the Professor asks “Why is it so?” as a means of inciting curiosity, the band asks this question in celebration of the absurdity of their subject matter. From scenesters to sword fights, hardship to heart attacks, JSM pull no punches, declaring a war of wit on anyone in their path to party time. (Meter Records, 2016)