Listen to The Man’s Freaked-Out “TV On”

J. Edward Keyes

By J. Edward Keyes

on 05.16.14 in News

The official website for Chicago panic-punk group The Man is designed to look like the wan website for a Business Solutions company — the kind whose purpose and services are nebulous at best. “Getting results means getting satisfaction guaranteed, which is the main driver of growth and productivity in our synergistic, freedom-based economy,” promises one section, “Solutions also mean satisfaction which is an important way to grow your brand.” In “TV On,” The Man get results via rampaging, bug-eyed punk rock; they sound more likely to race through an office flipping over the tables than to settle comfortably behind a desk. “TV On”‘s only business is mayhem.

[The Man preform tomorrow night at HoZac Blackout]