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Download of the Wednesday

Cory McGilvery

Formed in 2009 by Poway High School alum Brian Karcig (formally of Louis XIV and Convoy), the Nervous Wreckords is undoubtedly one of the hardest-working bands in San Diego

Before the release of their debut, last year's Nailbiter EP, the band -- only together for a week -- was tapped to open for the Killers in front of 20,000 people. Soon thereafter, the Nervous Wreckords played CMJ in New York and SXSW in Austin, Texas. Recently, with a new, independently released, debut full-length in tow, Karcig's project is receiving airplay on FM94/9 and recently played the radio station's Independence Jam to a sold-out crowd.


Check out all of Chris Cantore's Downloads of the Wednesday


Released on Aug. 31, 2010, Valuminium -- available in digital form on Amazon.com for just $5.99 -- serves up infectious beats and catchy /dirty guitar hooks, all complemented by Karcig's s lyrically clever and witty vocal stylings. The Nervous Wreckords, with a 50/50 male-female ratio in the lineup, also consists of San Diego-based musicians Cindy Cate, Lindsay Matheson and Steve Perry.

This week's Download of the Wednesday, "Everything Stops for Tea," features a guest appearance by former San Diego resident and singer/songwriter Anya Marina (seen below in the making of the forthcoming video):

 

Brian Karcig on today's download: "This song was written as a tribute to my great English friend and TNW studio partner, Anthony Saffery [of Cornershop fame]. I always admired that, no matter how bogged down we got in the studio/life, or how up against the clock we may have been, for 20 minutes, everyday..... everything, would Stop for tea!"
 

Download of the Wednesday: The Nervous Wreckords -- "Everything Stops for Tea, off Valuminium.
 

Chris Cantore, SoundDiego's anchor contributor and a longtime fixture on San Diego radio, is on the air weekdays from 3-7 p.m. on 102.1 KPRI. Follow Chris on Twitter @chriscantore or send him a story idea.

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