Interview – Jim Mineweaser, bass player for pop-punk outfit ThE DroogS
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Interview – Jim Mineweaser, bass player for pop-punk outfit ThE DroogS

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Today, we have Jim Mineweaser on the Drooble blog. He’s the bass player for ThE DroogS, a pop-punk outfit from Traverse City, US. Just about a month ago, their record Comforts charmed us with its catchy tunes and big harmonies. We are now inviting one third of the band for a Drooble interview where we take a peek at the problematic Traverse city music scene, the band’s past and present, memories from one helluva live show, and more. Here’s what…

Album Reviews

ThE DroogS are here to steal the prom queen with their album Comforts

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Yes, pop-punk is formulaic. It’s also way past its prime. Could The Droogs care any less? Nooo… and why should they? Comforts, their third full-length, sounds so gloriously lively, so full of youth energy with a carefree and joyful attitude. The trio are very competent musicians too, not in a virtuoso way, but in knowing exactly what and how to play. Of note is that everyone in the band sings, and does so expertly, resulting in lots and lots of…