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One imagines three young testosterone-loaded guys banging around in their L.A. basement with ratty instruments, saying: “Let’s make music that spits fire, and let’s name ourselves something really wacky, just to show ‘em.” Okay, you showed us. Pangaea (the supercontinent from which modern-day continents were formed) alone would be a fine name, but … okay, whatever. Just remember to drop an “a” and capitalize that part, but not “together”: together PANGEA. Badillac, on the other hand, is a fine name for an album. The title track is killer song: a midtempo number that reeks of California sun and sweat, with a hint of surf twang and punk-dive grittiness. William Keegan’s snot-filled sneer manages to endear (it comes close to pining on tunes like “Offer” and “Why”), and his metal-meets-grunge-meets-punk guitar is both baleful and taunting. Here, together PANGEA not only fit perfectly with the booming L.A. scene; they feel like a glue, connecting Surfer Blood, No Age, and Fidlar all together. Humor, grungy-marinated West Coast garage chops, and brilliant melodic skill … who cares about the band name?

Customer Reviews

I know it's only Jan, But.

This is a great album. It will easily be on 2014 Best Album lists. Awesome Lyrics and vibe.


Great af

Best album I've bought

Solid album


Formed: 2008

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

L.A.-based garage punk trio together PANGEA formed in 2008 around the home recordings of singer/guitarist William Keegan. After Keegan enlisted friends Danny Bengston (bass) and Erik Jimenez (drums) to flesh out his material, the trio soon began gigging around the CalArts campus area and involving themselves with the Southern California D.I.Y. scene. Their noisy, boozy shows earned them a loyal following and they began releasing a variety of indie cassettes, singles, and EPs, eventually issuing their...
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