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A Dependable Band at its Strongest Point

Nova Social has been making smart, sturdy, catchy rock songs for years. But as "The Jitney" from this album shows, they are always reaching, always bringing in new sounds and ideas. While lesser bands ride the digital waves to success while repeating the hip mantra of "indie," Nova Social tends to the real work to be done. As anyone who has caught them live or has one of their CDs knows, with lines like: "First there was the written word followed by the mini skirt/And then there was the gallows/And that was so good it hurt," songwriter David Nagler won't disappoint. This release is the band's strongest album yet. If dedication to music is tied to success in any way, a wave of zeros and ones should be sweeping them up soon!    


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Nova Social dates back to 1996, when guitarist/vocalist David Nagler formed Stretch with Thom Soriano (bass) and Steve Pilgrim (drums). The band spent the next few years cutting its teeth on the New York City and New Jersey club scenes; with the addition of guitarist Michael Esper, Nagler's clever, adroit pop songs were buoyed by a more aggressive delivery. The 1998 EP Don't Settle for Walking, released on Big Sleep Records, revealed this perfectly: wry power pop tunes dished out by a tight band...
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