as he tells it—behind the band Veneer, whose "Idiot Savant" is raggedly charming Bowie-Lou street rock that sounds like it broke off the leading edge of 1976. (Especially a record like this.) Veneer's Yesterday's Freshies (which includes contributions by Rachel Rufrano, Justin Janer and the Buttertones' London Guzman) came out on Burger last fall—read our review—and you can snag a copy for yourself here, and keep an eye-slash-ear on Salway and Veneer here. " /> L.A. Record

VIDEO PREMIERE: VENEER “IDIOT SAVANT”

May 3rd, 2018 | News

Pat Salway is the guy—or the cosmic receiver for the workings of a certain specific rock ‘n’ roll spirit, as he tells it—behind the band Veneer, whose “Idiot Savant” is raggedly charming Bowie-Lou street rock that sounds like it broke off the leading edge of 1976. (Especially a record like this.) Veneer’s Yesterday’s Freshies (which includes contributions by Rachel Rufrano, Justin Janer and the Buttertones‘ London Guzman) came out on Burger last fall—read our review—and you can snag a copy for yourself here, and keep an eye-slash-ear on Salway and Veneer here.