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Album Review

On the rootsy-twangy All In, ex-Tsunami Bomb leader Jay Northington returns with a band whose name is a subtle variation on his own. Northington's hoarse bark of a voice sounds at times hauntingly like that of Social Distortion's Mike Ness, especially on the hectoring "Sell Out," which could easily pass as an outtake from SD's White Light, White Heat, White Trash. Northington mostly keeps on the right side of the country-punk hybrid throughout All In, particularly on the excellent "Bottom Line" and "This Means War." However, the album ends with the botched melodrama of the acoustic protest tune "The Death of Jim Green," on which Northington overreaches something fierce and ends up merely sounding hectoring and ridiculous. Aside from that misstep, however, Nothington's All In is some pretty decent blue-collar punk 'n' roll.

Customer Reviews

Stumbled on Nothington

best band of 2007, found them by accident will follow them till they quit

good for you

best rock/punk album i've purchased since Dillinger Four's 'versus god.; With its occasional roots rock rhythms, swirling guitars, and fervent lyrics, this album's a gem for anybody who likes her Against Me as much as she digs her Uncle Tupelo and old Creedence records. Enjoy.

I've listened to this album maybe 600 times since it's come out

I've been following this band since the very beginning, from Jay and Gabe making the first three demos to the putting out of this album, and I can't still can't get enough of Nothington. Listening to this record makes it clear that they have their own unique sound, it's something they don't even try to do. It's just the way they play. Jay himself told me he doesn't try to sing this way, it's just the way his voice comes out. Moving on to the content of the record, there's no out of place songs. They're all great in their own way, they all add something of their own to the album. It's strong lyrically, and the back-up vocals give the singing a fuller sound, "The Bottom Line" is a very good example of this. From the more mellow songs like "Sell Out" and "Going Home" to the harder "This Means War" and my personal favorite "Where Is This Going?" this is a solid album, and I highly reccomend that any fan of punk or rock n roll purchase this as a "must have" album.


Formed: 2006 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

When Bay Area pop-punk outfit Tsunami Bomb came to a close in 2005, drummer Gabe Lindeman and guitarist/vocalist Jay Northington were left without a band, but not without their desire to keep playing music. It just made sense for the friends to continue writing and practicing together, and so that's what they did in an old woodshop in Petaluma, CA. They christened the project Nothington in the spring of 2006 and posted some demos online, though at that point, they still had yet to figure out what...
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