SBC Live at The Grammy Museum Dec.9th, 2011 (7pm)

Posted 09 Oct 2011 in News, Shows

Slow Burning Car will be performing at The Grammy Museum (800 W. Olympic Blvd./Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA, 90015) at LA Live as part of the BNY Melon Awards Cer

SBC live Sept.17th (12pm) at Evans Lager Hottest 100 Festival

Posted 07 Sep 2011 in News, Shows

SBC will be performing at the Evan’s Lager Hottest 100 Festival at 4621 Santiago Canyon Rd., Silverado, CA, 92676, on Saturday September 17th at 12pm (noon). 8 stages, 3 days, 100 bands! Tickets can be purchased at www.evanslager.com

SBC featured on Tranquilier Records weekly radio show

Posted 19 Apr 2011 in News

Slow Burning Car was featured on our show which was aired on Wednesday between 10-11pm EST and this coming Monday at midnight on www.urockradio.net. We just posted the Show on our official website and Itunes for your listening pleasure. http://tiny.ly/EzFy Tranquilizer Records Radio Show #5

Thank You for attending the House Of Blues Show!

Posted 06 Apr 2011 in News

We wanted to thank you all for attending our recent show at The House Of Blues in Hollywood, CA, on April 4th, 2011. A great time was had by all. You can view pictures and video of the performance at www.facebook.com/slowburningcar or www.myspace.com/slowburningcar

Disc Review of Vol.2 by www.musicartery.com (3/11)

Posted 28 Mar 2011 in News, Reviews

Slow Burning Car -Vol. 2 – The Scattering (Self) Surprisingly diverse and sometimes challenging to define, any thorough audition of this full length release will both amaze and delight a wide demographic of appreciative audiences. Lyrical content song by song tends to range from epic sci-fi literature and cinematic favorites to staunchly political anti-establishmentarianism to still further remote genres that explore the collaborative interests and talents of each band-mate. This writers favorites include the first two tracks which appeal to any sci-fi lore master; “Adama” references themes from Battlestar Gallactica; “Ghola” references various concepts from Frank Herbert’s Dune series. In general, this album takes a listener on a swift yet provocative ride through various styles from crooning ballads, righteous indignation, and all-together glorious and...