The band that inspired the DIY, lo-fi sound that dominates Southern California, Further, just shared another single off the upcoming compilation, Where Were You Then? Released on 1st September via Bad Paintings, the LP chronologically compiles Further’s best singles, all remastered from the original vinyl.
Formed by the Rademaker brothers along with drummer Kevin Fitzgerald, they recruited a young San Gabriel valley guitarist named Josh Schwartz and flat out turned down major label offers, opting to release their debut 7″ Filling Station on Bongload Records.
Where Were You Then? Chronologically compiles the best of Further’s singles, and gives us chance to look back at a band that cared enough not to give a fuck about corporate labels, ‘Generic 7’ is number three on that list.