Attention deep sea divers, exotic creatures and all other friends of the ocean! Check out this new video from Recess Monkey’s upcoming Deep Sea Diver and this time it features a sea creature like no other. They call him “Fish Sticks,” and he can put together some serious beats.
The video for “Fish Sticks” is simple yet impactful. To start, it makes a point of showcasing Recess Monkey’s new drummer, Korum Fishoff, er, I mean Korum Bischoff whose percussive skills just might blow you out of the water. Ranging from Vintage Rock to Disco (and everything in between), Bischoff doesn’t miss a beat. And, although Drew Holloway is not in any sort of costume per se (see: Sack Lunch), he plays a highly entertaining promoter for the Coral Club in this video.
“Fish Sticks,” aptly displays what makes Recess Monkey so much fun: great sense of humor, clever lyrics and energetic beats.
Monkeynauts take heed! Recess Monkey just released the first video from their upcoming album, Deep Sea Diver. I would say that the album is highly anticipated but I think, in general, any album from this enthusiastic troupe is typically highly anticipated.
In “Tambourine Submarine,” the Seattle trio takes to the deep blue in a blinged out u-boat powered by rhythm and propelled by a spinning tambourine. Although I hesitate to use the word “cute” to describe what the guys refer to as a “mean green rhythm machine,” I cant help but want to sling one on my keychain and jingle jangle it all ’round my hood.
“Tambourine Submarine” is a fantastic voyage filled with creativity and humor. Check it out!