Scott Reynolds and the Steaming Beast

Scott Reynolds
I was thinking about the fact that when I first started Suburban Home back in 1995, I would have killed to work with many of the acts that I have been so lucky to work with. Add Scott Reynolds to that list as we are working with each other on his latest project, Scott Reynolds and the Steaming Beast.

When you are Scott Reynolds and you have fronted one of the greatest punk bands on the planet, All, as well as incredible groups like Goodbye Harry and the Pavers, what is there left to do? That is a good question and fortunately, we have the answer. Scott Reynolds latest project, the Steaming Beast, is a natural progression of his past outlets, but if you havenít been paying attention, it might catch you off guard. The record finds Scott working with multi-instrumentalist Dave Fridmann and Flaming Lipís member, Steven Drozd which sounds a lot like you imagine it might. The record is the perfect middle ground between All and the Flaming Lips sounding at times like They Might Be Giants and at other times Ween and at other times like Pinback. The record is great and that is all that should matter.

As a long time Scott Reynolds fan, I could not be more excited to be working with this project.

The record is great, dealing with Scott has been incredible, and we are really excited to share it all with you. Scott has mentioned taking the tunes on the road and has mentioned more than a few times doing a tour with our very own Jon Snodgrass where they share the stage all night and trade off songs. Sign me up, I am so there.