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Editors’ Notes

If you like your garage punk sharp and sassy, melodic and brash (think Fidlar, No Age), Broncho’s 2013 album Can’t Get Past the Lips was a fantastically noisy and hook-laden debut. On Just Enough Hip to be Woman, the Texas band seemingly decided to go back a few decades, dipping into power pop on tunes like “Deena” and “Class Historian” (whose rapid-fire “dit-dit-dit-dit” melody is as sticky as tar). They even approach something like Simple Minds territory, with reverb-heavy guitars that feel big and dramatic but still retain a garage sensibility (“Stay Loose,” “NC-17”). There are undertones of Wreckless Eric in singer Ryan Lindsey’s endearing delivery on “I’m Gonna Find Out Where He’s At” and “It’s On”; the guitars on the latter faintly recall the great Buzzcocks. But it’s not all retro fun: the fuzz-wrapped sentiments of “Stop Tricking” would fit nicely on a Ty Segall outing, and the bookending tracks “What” and “China” offer satisfaction both verbal (the former) and guitar-based (the latter) as deliriously pleasing as anything on Lips.

Customer Reviews

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I heard them playing earlier today in a record store, kinda dug it, bought their new cd as I was curious, and it turns out it's great! Broncho is able to create this chill atmosphere by mixing the sounds of 60's pop with new wave, and the result, while short, is a great album. Some standout tracks on it are "I'm gonna find out where he's at, nc-17, and stay loose". If your a fan of tame impala, temples, or twin sister, you will definitely dig this album (and if you aren't check those guys out too!).


Let's be clear, Broncho is from Oklahoma, not Texas. Great album, great band.


I personally find this music to be incorrigably mundane and irritating. Meaningless vocals with filler guitar riffs and additional annoyingly discordant vocals... Not downloading the single even though it is free.


Formed: 2010 in Norman, Oklahoma

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Formed in 2010 in Norman, Oklahoma, roughneck pop-punk quartet BRONCHO were started by guitarist/vocalist Ryan Lindsey, guitarist Ben King, bassist Jonathan Ford, and drummer Nathan Price. The project began as a loose recording session where Lindsey quickly sketched out a few ideas before sending them around to some friends for advice and ideas. Before long the careless demos became the basis of a full-on band, with Ford going so far as booking the group a show without consulting the other collaborators...
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