Lucky Dumpster is a shop in Edison, Washington (at the North end of Interstate 5) that carries carefully curated locally made objects and artwork. Owned and run by the talented drummer Jessica Bonin, Lucky Dumpster also serves as the magic meeting place of Lovers without Borders, the halfway point between homes of guitarist Alex Parrish (Bellingham) and singer/saxophonist Karl Blau (Anacortes).
Together Jessica, Alex and front-man Karl make clean, sunny pop music worthy of any summer mixtape.
Lovers without Borders recorded this four song EP at Dub Narcotic Studio in Olympia, WA with Calvin Johnson. Included are two rockin' pop collisions "Detective" and "Eddy", plus the instrumental "My Harem Shall all Have Hashbrowns" (a paean to the transcendental Japanese entity Maher Shalal Hash Baz) and a cover of the Lois song "The Second Most Beautiful Girl in the World".
View an excerpt of Lovers without Borders recording "The Second Most Beautiful Girl in the World" at Dub Narcotic Studio via the Pink Elephant's Graveyard.
This is Vol. CXLII in 's International Pop Underground Series.
- My Harem Shall all Have Hashbrowns
- The Second Most Beautiful Girl in the World