Saturday, March 24, 2012


So we recorded a little demo last night in our studio. Nothing fancy by any means. It's a very basic demo. Just wanted to have a few newer tracks to share with everyone that we've been playing in our live set. These 2 tunes will eventually be re-recorded for our album Red Over Red which will be released later this year. Enjoy!

Monday, March 12, 2012

Great show with Pack AD @ Brass Rail

What an awesome show last night!!! Thanks so much to everyone that came out on a Sunday, and especially to all of our amazing friends who got the word out about the last minute venue switch!! That's what a scene is about, supporting each other, so thank you! Thanks also to Sean Murray, Donnie and his crew at The Rail/Sanxuari... and to the amazing bands we shared the bill with... Black Cat and The Pack A.D.! What a blast!! More shows in the works, stay tuned here for more!

Thanks to Ben LaRose for this sweet pic from the show!

Friday, March 9, 2012

Song Spinner!


S.S. Hangover (Sobering Sickness)

By: Peter Huoppi and Rick Koster
Published March 9, 2012

Dark and heavy: words that could describe either the song 'S.S. Hangover,' or the beer that Adam Wujtewicz and Meghan Killimade suggest you drink while listening to the first song on Bedroom Rehab Corporation's upcoming concept album.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Press for Sunday's show!

The Pack A.D. and Bedroom Rehab Corporation are on the bill at Oasis

The two-person rock band construct, most associated with the White Stripes and the Black Keyes, actually has its roots in Simon & Garfunkel.

Hard to believe, but before they became known for their cooing folk harmonies as per "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme," S&G were much more abrasive and experimental. Art the Garf played baritone sax harmolodics, and Paul Simon shredded pre-Yngwie metal on a lute through a stack of Marshalls!

In that spirit of gloriously noisy garage anarchy, consider a fine show Sunday in New London's Oasis Pub. Headlining is Vancouver's the Pack A.D., on an international tour behind their latest Mint Records release, "Unpersons." Our own Bedroom Rehab Corporation, boasting Meghan Killimade's nuclear-fission drums and Adam Wujtewicz's molten-lava bass, are also slotted. Wisconsin's Black Cat opens.

This is a great way to NOT go gently into Sunday night.


The Pack A.D. and Bedroom Rehab Corporation, 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Oasis Pub, 16 Bank St., New London; $5; (860) 447-3929.