Phoenix rock band The Bovine Fury are releasing their second full length album titled Yes, Please.
This album was recorded and mixed at their house/practice space and is entirely DIY.
The CD Release party is scheduled for April 3rd at the Rogue in South Scottsdale.
Friends in Asimov, Thursday Night Asteroid, and If Orcas Had Thumbs will be sharing the stage that evening as well as DJ Milan Jeknich and comedian Leslie Barton.
The Bovine Fury came together in 2010. They are Matt Heath (drums), John Lipfert (guitars/vocals) and Christine Lipfert (bass/vocals/keys).
John Lipfert has recorded their two albums, Eleven By Twelve (2012) and Yes, Please (2015). John and Christine have been playing in bands around the valley since 1999.
Our writing process is very collaborative; often ideas for songs are generated from jams.
We then use what we call "audiolizing" to figure out where to take the part and develop the song.
There's a lot of whiteboarding, recording practice sesions, and reflection.
We don't take ourselves too seriously. We love music, we all share that passion and The Bovine Fury is all about expression and fun.
A way for us to "get away" from our everyday lives.
The Bovine Fury, Asimov, Thursday Night Asteriod, If Orcas Had Thumbs, DJ Milan Jeknich and comedian Leslie Barton.
The Bovine Fury in front of Shadow Mountain High School.
The Bovine Fury.