FROM BOISE, IDAHO, SWEET TARTS THICK BUSINESS THROWS AN INTROSPECTIVE DANCE PARTY FOR TRIPPY SAD SACKS AND PARTY GOERS ALIKE.
Vocals, Guitar / Frank Tillo
Vocals, Keyboard / Sarah Pincock
Vocals, Bass / Daniel Kerr
Drums / Michael Mitchell
Studio session recorded live at Rocket Science Sound in Boise ID 2015 / Produced by Retroscope Media
Engineered by Britton Glenn / Filmed by Cody Gittings, Zach Voss, Chaz Gentry and Clayton Richards
Light Design by Chaz Gentry / Edited by Zach Voss and Thick Business
Engineering by Britton Glen | Mixing and Mastering by Thick Business
Cover photograph by Lila Rae Photography Recorded July 2016 at Sizzler Studio
Garden City | Idaho
3.25 @ TREEFORT MUSIC FEST | BOISE, ID
9.6 DENVER, CO @ Globe Hall w/ The Hotelier and Overslept
9.7 PORTLAND, OR @ White Owl Social Club w/ Night Heron and Foul Weather
9.8 SEATTLE, WA @ Fremont Abbey w/ Foul Weather and Brandon Daniel and the Chics
9.9 Moscow, ID @ TBA
"Another standout moment from the weekend was catching local band Thick Business..."
" Thick Business borders on the epic while still being a damn good time."
"...Thick Business has already impressed Treefort (Music Fest) director and co-founder Eric Gilbert. "I always refer to them as 'future classic rock,' Gilbert says. "They're so good."
"Band soul mates are real. Mine is Thick Business... Their tunes made me sweat; That shit was genuinely electrifying. Wicked transitions... Do yourself a favor and throw 'Super Heavy Mom Vibes' on your stereo / jammypack.... [Thick Business] showed me all the colors of the rainbow."
"The tail end of Thick Business was a wall of chugging, screeching noise spiked with blow-you-over vocals... We're disappointed we missed the bulk of the set, and if you weren't there, you should be too."
"Thick Business mixes psych folk, chamber pop and the avant-garde, and there's little quite like it going."
"I really like Thick Business. Their singer... is amazing. She's go this huge voice in a tiny body."
"Thick Business is your 2O16 UMS's Most Likely to Succeed. Their set on Saturday oozed style, and lead singer Sarah Pincock hit some of the weekend's sweetest and furthest-reaching notes. Their merch game (whitey-tighties emblazoned with "Thick Business" on the rump) ain't shabby, either."