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***There must be an explanation for at least ten outstanding new, young rock’n’roll bands all currently working their mojos in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Definitely at the head of the class, The Mystery Girls play sloppy, rambunctious, blues-infused… okay, let’s just say it: they play garage rock. For a musical style that has been around for approximately forty years and attempted by every social reject who ever picked up a guitar, very few do it well. The Mystery Girls do it amazing. Something In The Water is a timeless blast that lays waste to the current crop championed by overseas porn mags such as NME. This is the real dope, daddy — Midwestern kids, some still not old enough to drink legally, who have nothing better to do than get high and study the riffs and nuances of every ’60s and ’70s garage punk album ever recorded and try to master them. The Mystery Girls are so masterful it’s almost scary. A lot of bands might claim to be inspired by the MC5 and Brian Jones-era Stones, but The Mystery Girls genuinely sound like a legitimate cross between the two. Their debut album on Trickknee Records last year was an instant classic. Extensive touring of the US has earned a legion of young fans and proved them to be a real force in the world of underground rock. Something In The Water was recorded at the fashionable Ghetto Recorders in Detroit by the producer of the moment Jim Diamond. • Press handled by Screaming Peach Media • Full-on radio mailing • Extensive touring • Previous ITR 7-inch blowing out