Real Name: Liz Gomez. Profile: Noise project begun in 2005 by Liz Gomez who was born, raised, and is currently residing in Texas. Briefly lived in Dayton, OH from 2014-2016 and participated in booking at defunct home basement venue Smiles4Miles(originally started by Nate Tandy and John Moloney). Experimental, Screaming, harsh noise, sharp feedback. Aunt's Analog & Dromez - Hello Douche (CDr, Mini, Ltd).
Hello Douche by Aunt's Analog & Dromez, released 23 August 2008 1. Hello Douche Recorded live in the studio on 08/21/08. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 1. Hello Douche 09:31.
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As New : ::, by AUnt's AnAlog. from the album AUnt's AnAlog Jr. instinctorecords. Space Is No Escape, by Dromez.
Dromez is at the top of the hardworking, perpetually touring, young American noise scene. Like much of that world, she is full of positive vibes but disgusting sounds. She has played hundreds of gigs all over the country in the last few years, and it shows when you see her perform her twisted mess of tapes, pedals and contact mic’d scrap metal. She put out an album, and had all these pretty prominent Houston artists on it-the accordion player from Oingo Boingo was on it. She’s been a pretty big inspiration to me in terms of sticking with music no matter what. She’s had a lot of hardships and stuff. I probably should mention someone, Matt Lacomette of Aunt’s Analog. I played my first show with him here as Dromez. And then Jonathan Cash of Breakdancing Ronald Reagan, he’s infamous. He’s done a lot for the scene, did a lot of tours with me.
SUXBYSUXWEST 3 COMPILATION. Also Featured In: Album. SUXBYSUXWEST 3 COMPILATION. 09. Dromez - Newtown (03:50). This song is part of a compilation album.
Hello! is the sixth studio album by the British rock band Status Quo. Released in September 1973, it was the first of four Quo albums to top the UK Albums Chart. Keyboard player Andy Bown and saxophonist Stewart Blandamer both played on "Forty Five Hundred Times"
While Through the Deep, Dark Valley is about the protagonist’s past, Dear Wormwood is about the character’s future. The duo explains, "This album is a collection of letters, all written by a single protagonist and addressed to a single recipient, a conversation to which the listener is an observer as a relationship gone wrong reaches its breaking point - the words and music are at times affectionate and bittersweet, at others resigned and resolute. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album. 12" 140 gram Colored Vinyl - Each vinyl is a unique blend of transparent, opaque White (bone) and light brown (beer).