Native Wrestling Moves on LP
Native's debut full length Wrestling Moves was originally released in January of 2010 on Sargent House. The album was produced by Chris Common (These Arms Are Snakes, Pelican) at Red Room Studios in Seattle, WA. The 10-song set draws comparisons to '90s post-hardcore acts like Refused, Jawbox and At The Drive In while the band itself has been compared to La Dispute and This Town Needs Guns.
Hailing from North West Indiana Native is made up of four friends who came together after realizing they were each the most serious about music in each of their former high school bands. The guys each decided to retire their childhood groups and instead come together to form Native in the Summer of 2007.
The line up consists of Ed O'Neil (guitar), Bobby Markos (vocals and bass), Dan Evans (guitar) and Nick Glassen (drums). Since Native’s inception they have self released the critically touted EP We, Delete Erase. Wrestling Moves is now being released on vinyl for the first time with new artwork courtesy of Topshelf Records.
"Anyone who has listened to We Delete; Erase will immediately hear the transformation within the band. Native is still Native, but the progression here is a massive one." - Sputnik Music
Native Wrestling Moves Track Listing:
1. Backseat Crew
3. Mason Jars
5. Five Year Payoff
6. Shirts and Skins
7. Pocket Jingle
8. Members List
9. Marco Polo
10. Wrestling Moves