DAN MELCHIOR has collaborated with BILLY CHILDISH and THE HEADCOATS, and recorded and toured extensively with HOLLY GOLIGHTLY of THEE HEADCOATEES. His solo releases draw from the work of maverick American folk musicians like Skip James, Fred McDowell, Dock Boggs and Robert Wilkins, while retaining a sense of adventure and passion lost in over reverent interpretations.In his recent work with the BROKE REVUE—GREG ANDERSON, BRUNO MEYRICK JONES, and B.L. TRUAX—Melchior marries a love of country blues and R&B to a new sonic extreme, utilizing the misanthropic fury of '70s punk and the drive of classic '60s catalysts. Recorded at JERRY TEEL's Funhouse studio in New York, this album ups the stakes, pushing Melchior's hard-driving minimalist approach into new places altogether. The result is vitriol-fueled rock 'n' roll with brains and big balls—or bollocks, if you will.