Wake Up!

Listen To Sheldon Snow’s SNOW JAMS!:

“SpazCandy Album of the Year 2015” http://newusb.co.uk/djs/sheldon/mp3gallery/content/shows/94.mp3

To listen, click on the link above and scrub to 1 hour, 10 minutesĀ in…
Thank You, Sheldon Snow!

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“Cluttered mind? Wash it out with SpazCandy! One listen and your mind is wiped clean with a sweet, gooey, pop/ acid, confection! A full album of guilty pleasure songs. Clear your mind with SpazCandy! “

-Vinnie Zummo (Musician, Swinging Guitar Sounds Of Young America, Vol. 1,2,3/Joe Jackson Band)

“The pop artists behind SPAZCANDY are clearly engaged in a hot, sweaty love affair with pop music. The clearest evidence of this is the fact that they don’t just pay homage to one particular pop sound – they pay homage to, well… all of them. And yet they somehow also manage to sound completely original. It’s like some kind of acid-tinged black magic.”

-David Lee White, (Author, Fantomas In America)

“SPAZCANDY rocks. I’ve been a fan of Becca Ayers for several years, and this collaboration with Bradley Dean Whyte does not disappoint. Their lyrics are offbeat and messy like life, with a mash-up of innocence and worldliness, hope and cynicism. The beats are catchy and hummable. The sound emanates a pure joy and love of music, with melodies and harmonies that invite the listener to join in on that love fest. I guess that’s what makes SPAZCANDY such a satisfying listen. Ayers and Whyte are playing WITH you, not AT you. You are transported to their apartment. You are lying on the worn IKEA rug nursing a warm beer, getting a fossilized piece of pretzel stuck to your elbow, because, let’s face it, they’re not the best housekeepers in town.”

-David Caudle, Playwright