An original idea and a practice footage, the ten-inch nails look of the film here resulted due to to the desire of the band to irritate the smoked artsy look of a bank surveillance camera. The novue quest of the raw footage of the band as opposed to a sometimes more processed and assembled format of sound matting, a cold package trend among some of the more popular bands of today, provide Drivin Rain fans here a more iced and cohesive entertainment night. And all the dark long sound of a real live performance with no real rehearsed vocal or guitar licks, the band made no errors and as if performing to the gods of a better enlightenment incognito, still missed not one good beat. The history of the band, saavy tales of a fired up part band member, all song passion and no playing around born thrusted out on the birth table by a meditative and yet great and steady force of destiny, are many. And the otherwise, true talent of the band born although feet first, has not even in the hard times allowed the heart of the band to let go of the ballet of a balled up fist gripped tight around a hard and yet at the same time romantic metal rock both fork and golden spoon. The loss of Tommy De Wolf and a dear long time childhood friend and band manager later ~ Still the band deserves great recognition as both a film critique venue and that of the musician artists of today. Even as the basic film footage here exhibits as a pure expression of great and endearing noise by living art of real live wired being created as they go, as well as a band that kept on going even after times got so rough.
To illustrate, even with more than one Cannes Film Festival style garage film production group such as Garage Films began by two Florida State College Film School alumni, Chris Mosera and Gary Halpin grace a lot of society these days. The exploration of bands like Drivin Rain who obviously couple as birthed out of the garage band recording session as art form lends a lot to the interested ear of even sexy chick and guy rock music fans alike. The lead singer for the band, Timexx Nasty along with the rest of the band refers to this art form on the live canvas of invention as The Skully Tapes. "This very rare lost footage was found on a very old security camera years later. In this footage we get to peek in on Skully Shemwell's original practice with the band. This is kind of like watching Skully's first day at work. This is the lineup that would go on to be seen as the classic line-up," said Nasty. Also exclusively according to Nasty, the band started out with poverty level living and had to find various abandoned buildings and flat roof tops in the small home town just to practice there. Although authorities all agreed they definitely were disturbing the peace, no one complained about concerts for free coming from all of the windows, as sometimes the purse of the locals ran dry and preempted them from buying heart desired concerts tickets too. The band on live tape here sings Downward Spin, an original song also written by Nasty. And he refers to the work of art as just for you and your private and rare look behind the scenes of the real life band. "All seen through the eye of a security camera." He assured. the band shown consists of Nasty on vocals, Tommy DeWolf on guitar, Geep Clark on drums and Skully Shemwell on bass. The tapes which the band said they found on the security tapes after a time and some short time ago, had been lost after the fact, and looked so good that the band decided to start looking into recording the album they let sit after the great loss and tragedies of the prior and original treasured members. And found much the same way such an art imitating art scenario had played out during the book based fictional film of Eddie & The Cruisers afterwards, and so much so a lot of fans already made a note of attending Drivin Rain performance live at the underground style cave bar, Pitters Bar & Grill on May 26, with the band Smile Empty Soul, and on 2014, Memorial Day and on June 7, 2014 at the popular Bonestock Concert, and to see a dynamic sometimes rock and other times part metal rock band with great plans for future and yet undisclosed concerts underway. The band has their own live facebook page under Drivin Rain and another one under Timexx (Nasty).