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The Psycho Nubs

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Location:Indianapolis, Indiana
Year(s):1996
Categorized as:Punk, Rock, Pop
Members:Nick Shadle, Brandon Owens
Website:www.facebook.com/thepsychonubs
Label:None.
Total Request:11333 (10617 downloads, 716 plays)
Total Request:11333 (10617 downloads, 716 plays)
About:

The Psycho Nubs are a DIY punk rock duo originally from Richmond, IN but now call Los Angeles and Indianapolis home. The duo of Nick Shadle and Brandon Owens has been together writing, recording, and playing live since their inception in 1996.


Despite not having any record label affiliation, the duo has self-released a multitude of original recordings, toured the Midwest and West Coast, and have had their music in many independent films.


Though they live 2,000 miles apart The Psycho Nubs are still at it to this day. Their latest release, FART CLUB, was released March 19, 2013.
 


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44 requests

 2013, Self-Released,

FART CLUB EP was recorded on 12.28.12 in a basement in Richmond, Indiana by Art Hill. 

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    Fart Club
     
     
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    Hillbilly Rock
     
     

 
 
114 requests

 2011, Self Released,

INCONVENIENT BASTARDS is The Psycho Nubs' first vinyl release. Limited to only 300 copies. Black vinyl, artwork printed on opalescent card stock, 33 1/3 RPM. Pressed by United Record Pressing in Nashville, TN.

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    Bait And Switch
     
     
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    Day Of The Show
     
     
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    The Singularity
     
     
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    Sucka Punch
     
     

 
 
332 requests

 2008, Self-Released,

Alley Of The Ignots is the second "studio" release from The Psycho Nubs. Some highlights of this album are "Not Just Therapy" and "Tonight Yer Gonna Die". "Not Just Therapy" is a part of Zack Parker's intriguing film, QUENCH. "Tonight Yer Gonna Die" is in the film "SHADE OF GRAY" directed by Jakob Bilinsky.

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    Alley Of The Ignots
     
     
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    Rock And Roll Basement
     
     
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    Zombie Hill
     
     
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    Cross My Heart
     
     
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    Mary Anne
     
     
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    Pocket Aces
     
     
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    Overreact
     
     
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    Tonight Yer Gonna Die
     
     
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    Olive Man
     
     
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    Kick Me Out
     
     
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    RX7
     
     
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    Don't Front
     
     
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    PBR Me
     
     
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    What's Important
     
     
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    Z
     
     
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    Not Just Therapy
     
     
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    My Girl
     
     

 
 
473 requests

 2005, Self-Released,

Our studio debut.  Recorded at Sweetwater Studios in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, November 2004 and January 2005.

Produced by Artie Hill

Mixed and Mastered by Tyler Wakins in Muncie, Indiana

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    Robot Crazy
     
     
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    Promenade
     
     
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    Captain Blake
     
     
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    How It Started
     
     
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    Away Too Long
     
     
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    Johnny Kicks
     
     
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    Indianapolis
     
     
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    Killing The Grind
     
     
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    Jail Song
     
     
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    2 for 99
     
     
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    As The Wurld Turns
     
     
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    Yesterday Eyes
     
     
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    State Of Hate
     
     
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    Come And Go
     
     
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    What Do You Know?
     
     
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    24 Second Song
     
     
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    World's Largest Wal-Mart
     
     
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    Moonhound
     
     
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    Gin And Smiles
     
     
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    U.F.O. Time
     
     

 
 
344 requests

 2003, Self Released,

This LIVE album was recorded July 12, 2003 at the 525 House in Muncie, IN by Tyler Watkins (MARGOT AND THE NUCLEAR SO AND SO'S).  This was our last  show with then second guitarist Ashley Ashbrook and marked the beginning of a year long hiatus with Nick moving to Japan.

Track 1 came to a crash landing due to Nick being pinned under the drum kit by a wave of dancing flesh, long hair, and body odor.  525 was drunk, rude, and rowdy.

LIVE AT 525 is the only sound recording of The Psycho Nubs 2002-2003 era.  A fine recording of a less than sober performance.  Enjoy!

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    Dick Scratcher, Walk Away (With Crash Ending)
     
     
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    My Heroine
     
     
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    Tyler (Toadies)
     
     
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    She Is Gone
     
     
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    Saturday Night (Misfits)
     
     
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    Flava Of A Beat, Intro Song
     
     
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    Drugs Of Choice
     
     
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    Get Lost
     
     
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    Water Tank (Beck), Just Like Heaven (The Cure)
     
     
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    Fiberglass
     
     
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    On Lock
     
     
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    Imperial March (Star Wars)
     
     
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    Play Me Some
     
     
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    The Puke Scare, The Strip Off
     
     
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    The Fight
     
     
 
 
  • love it!
    by syd on Jun 28, 2011
  • 525's easily as good if not better than makin' bacon
    by jon on Apr 19, 2011

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