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NOX BOYS, straight out of Blawnox, PA, just released their second album on Get Hip Records, “Out of Touch." The band debuted in 2014 with their self-titled Get Hip album, produced by Jim Diamond at his Detroit studio, Ghetto Recorders. Their record company’s co-owner, Gregg Kostelich of the Cynics, knew he had a formidable group of garage band enthusiasts who were ready to create a unique style of their own. He was right. They’ve opened for notable bands such as Mudhoney, FIDLAR, Twin Peaks, The Black Lips, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, King Tuff, Chicano Batman, The Cynics, and many more. They have received quite a bit of airplay on Little Stephen’s Underground Garage (SIRIUS XM), Burger Records Rock N Roll Radio Show, college radio, and mainstream radio stations in the Pittsburgh area such as WYEP, WDVE, THE X, and more. Although they are worlds away from the angst-filled psychedelia of their teenage years, the band has evolved into a serious garage rock outfit. Their sophomore effort features many rockers, as well as mature ballads that display the band’s great depth. The band is somewhat of a family affair featuring an uncle (Bob Powers – Melobar guitar) and his nephew (Sam Berman - drums) and two cousins unrelated to Bob and Sam, Zack Keim (vocals, guitar) and Mitchell McDermott (bass). Their sophomore effort, “Out of Touch,” is OUT NOW on legendary rock label Get Hip Records