Juston Stens – Goodbye Dr. Dog, Hello to Himself

by That Guy on May 25, 2010


Don’t you love it when you stumble upon a myspace music page where the songs have only been listen to a couple hundred times? You never know what you’re going to get. 90% of the time it’s complete crap, 5% of the time it’s great, and the other 5% of the time it shows promise but is pretty rough. But regardless of the outcome, it’s always great to listen to something that very few people on earth have ever heard. That’s part of the reason why we all love working for HearYa. The discovery is half the fun.

Enter Juston Stens. He’s the former drummer for Dr. Dog, and has recently parted ways to work on his own stuff. His myspace page says he’s working on a new EP that’s set to release any second now (maybe it’s already out there). But here’s the good part – he’s working on a full-length album to be released later this summer which is being produced by none other than Dan Auerbach from the Black Keys (Oz just shivered a little – like after a great pee). And get this, it’ll be co-produced by Seth Kauffman of Floating Action (one of my recent favorites).

As Tom Cruise says in Magnolia, get your phasers, get your lasers, get your tasers pointed at Juston Stens. His album is going to be strong to quite strong. In the meantime, chew on this tasty cover he does of a great Floating Action track. And definitely check out his myspace page to stream more tracks before they get out of the triple digits.

Juston Stens – Don’t Stop Lovin’ Me Now (via Everybody Taste)

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