The In Out draws from an amalgam of styles reflecting the musical fantasies of a
peculiar gathering of three North American men. Rockabilly, Prog, white R&B, so-called
Post/Punk, Glam and Metal are all in the mix, and the singing upholds the tradition
of snide non-vocalists such as Sky Saxon and Mark E. Smith.
“Underrated” is a favorite adjective lobbed at the band and “Sounds like The Fall”
was recently upgraded to “Sounds like The Cramps meets The Fugs.”
As one musician friend states (correctly): “The In Out are one of the few bands out
of Boston that transcends local band status.” It’s proven to be very danceable and
yes, they are quite popular with the ladies.
Think: How can you go wrong with songs about Line Cooks and non-hygienic handshakes,
and a hard rock anthem for the terminally ill? The only thing missing is a tribute
to the Gay Triple A – and that may be coming. Stay Tuned.