Glowmobile Recording Company Announces Pre-Sale Of Yip-Yip Bone Up Vinyl Release October 9th 2012

Top Quote Glowmobile Recording Company, Orlando, Florida, announces pre-sale of their first full length record with the vinyl release of Yip-Yip's seventh album "Bone Up" on October 9th, 2012. End Quote
  • Knoxville, TN (1888PressRelease) September 24, 2012 - Glowmobile Recording Company announces the pre-release sale for Yip-Yip Bone Up vinyl release. The vinyl release is set for 200 copies. The vinyl release comes after the Digital, CD and Cassette Tape release of Bone Up in late 2011. The 16 track record will be available online only while supplies last.

    Glowmobile Recording Company is excited to announce their first ever full length record release. After releasing numerous EP's over the years, they are proud to release the vinyl pressing of Yip-Yip's Bone Up.

    Yip-Yip's release of "Bone Up" marks the 10 year anniversary of Orlando's critically acclaimed freak-chic, costumed electronic heroes. "Bone Up" is Yip-Yip's attempt at writing original, catchy, fun pop songs you wanna poke with a stick on repeat. Yip-Yip's zany style of music makes this sort of behavior a regular occurrence amongst Yip-Yip fans, which in this case is a totally good thing.

    The album is chock full of toy synthesizer sounds, massively tweaked Moog synthesizer leads, and filtered vocals all which conglomerate together to create a thrilling organic blend of vintage electronic music (using hardware instruments), mixed with the nerdy and spazzy musings of legendary nerd punk icons Devo, and others avant-underground legends Melt-Banana and Atari Teenage Riot just to name a few.

    Yip-Yip is a band (2-piece) with a unique personality and identity, which makes them standout from ego-centric laptop wizards, and overly pretentious trust fund kids who make a few recordings and call it a day. "Bone Up" is the rousing first track on the album which starts the record off with a bang.

    Everything has been done before, nothing is totally original. Yip-Yip encourages us to "Analyze and Dissect it instead because we are all copycats." This is a valid point which isn't new to anyone these days, but it makes for a hell of a dance song filled with bouncy synthesizers, funky saxophones, with a mind numbingly infectious repetitive vocal hook on a smart pop song. - Chris Big Money (Butter Yo Bread)

    Download and Listen to Yip-Yip's New Album 'Bone Up' Here:

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