Nashville punk siblings Jake and Jamin Orrall — otherwise known as JEFF the Brotherhood — have teamed up with labelmates Hell's Beach to produce a limited edition 7" split featuring covers of Hole songs by both groups. Hell's Beach tackles the Courtney Love-fronted outfit's first-ever single, "Teenage Whore" while JEFF takes on the lesser-known "Turpentine."
JEFF's interpretation of "Turpentine" stays relatively true to form, even capturing the drawn-out Courtney Love caterwauls so integral to the original record. The only deviation from the Hole version comes in the form of several characteristically JEFF the Brotherhood sludge-filled solos that creep in at various points during the track — and it doesn't sound half bad.
Stream the track below and pick up the 7" on Infinity Cat's website.
10.03 Norman, OK: Opolis
10.05 Albuquerque, NM: Low Spirits
10.06 Tempe, AZ: Sail Inn
10.07 San Diego, CA: Casbah
10.09 Los Angeles, CA: Troubadour
10.10 Visalia, CA: Cellar Door
10.11 San Francisco, CA: Bottom of the Hill
10.13 Portland, OR: Dante’s
10.14 Seattle, WA: The Crocodile
10.16 San Jose, CA: The Blank Club
10.17 Santa Barbara, CA: Velvet Jones
10.19 Long Beach, CA: Alex’s Bar
10.22 Austin, TX: Stubb’s Jr.
10.23 Dallas, TX: Club Dada
10.24 Little Rock, AR: Juanita’s Cantina
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