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Splintering off from Oakland’s queer-themed, electro-based Gravy Train, frontman Hunx (a.k.a. Seth Bogart) teamed up with Nobunny’s Justin Champlin to co-write some tunes before assembling a band with East Bay Area garage-rock luminary Tina Lucchesi to form Hunx and His Punx. Gay Singles comprises the best of Bogart’s singles, seven-inches and EPs starting off with “U Don’t Like Rock n Roll.” One of the best recordings regarding rock since Joan Jett & The Blackhearts’ 1981 cover of Arrows’ “I Love Rock 'n Roll,” the song is an infectiously catchy slice of sloppy, poppy, garage punk in which Hunx hilariously lambastes a lover with lyrics like “What the hell is wrong with you/ I think you sniffed too much glue/ You don’t like rock ‘n’ roll and I don’t like you.” The similarly catchy “Gimmie Gimmie Back Your Love” leans hard on a grinding organ (a musical organ) and a bubblegum bounce that recalls the 1968 tune “Yummy, Yummy, Yummy.” The tune was used in a 2010 LensCrafters commercial. “Teardrops On My Telephone” brilliantly flirts with ‘60s girl groups.

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Discovered on JD Doyle's Playlist

Discovered the band on JD Doyle's playlist. Attention getting lyrics and unique vocals.

Mike Andrews
The A-List New York


Hilarious, catchy, so awesome!!!

Clint, I love you. the best thing ever.


Formed: 2008 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Before it became synonymous with speedy rock songs, the term "punk" started as prison slang for someone who was homosexual. Either definition works for Hunx & His Punx. In 2008, after fronting the theatrical electro group Gravy Train!!!!, flamboyant hair stylist Seth Bogart (Hunx) went on to front Hunx & His Punx, a garage punk outfit with infectious Ramones melodies and lyrics about cute boys. Their first album, the Gay Singles LP, was released on True Panther Sounds in 2010, and followed up by...
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