The Dark Marbles have taken the greatest
stuff from the nuggets of melodic and upbeat garage/mod/power-pop rock and roll and made it their home turf. Powered by singer
and guitarist Yod Crewsy (formerly of the mid-80s garage greats SplatCats and the JackLords), the Dark Marbles would love
nothing better than to throw their crowds into a frenzied mass of dancing hysteria! It's the primitive sound of a couple of
guitars, one melodic and clean, one loud and snotty, over a basic thumping back beat! So crude and yet so effective!
The Dark Marbles are currently the following swingin' cats (and one chick): Yod
Crewsy - singer, songwriter, Rickenbacker 330 and Vox Phantom playin' rhythm guitarist, Eric Peter - lead Gretch and Fender
guitarist and vocals - screamin' sweetness!! Deb Schuster - bass player - tight and thumpin' bass stylings! A rockin'
wildcat! and Tony Stuppiello - powerhouse drummer formerly with NJ's famous rockabilly band: "Speedcrazy" - this
dude packs a serious rhythmic wollop! Ouch!
Dark Marbles inception in Buffalo, NY in 1987 to the present...That's a full 25 years of maximum rock and roll, baby!
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Yod Crewsy and the Dark Marbles' latest official public offering is
a 18-song studio recording entitled "Variety Pack" (Dark Marbles Music-BMI). You can listen to it, download
songs, and/or order it at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/yodcrewsyandthedarkmarbl or ask for it at your favorite CD shop/record store! Ask for it by name! It features several
original compositions by songwriter Paul Roalsvig, several by Mike "Buck" Quigley (formerly of the JackLords) and
some great covers, including "She Comes in Colors" by Arthur Lee and Love, "Send Me a Postcard" by the
great Dutch band the Shocking Blue, and "Just What I Need" by Swedish garage greats the Creeps.
Also, check out our new MySpace.com account at: http://www.myspace.com/thedarkmarbles....
(See the link below and on the other website pages.) A blog, pics and mp3s are posted for your listening, reading and viewing