Up And Down The Aisle – Red Wedding EP 1982
John Bryant – Frontiers Magazine
Red Wedding, a well-established, unclassifiable band has brought forth a record [“Up and Down the Aisle” ]. From the cover art to the complex production of the music inside, the project is afire with style and intensity.
It’s one of the first truly original records to come out of Los Angeles in quite a while. The material is uncommonly strong, extremely well-produced and highly recommended.
Southern California now plays host to an entire bevy of post punk bands which rival anything that’s coming out of England at the moment. Red Wedding is one of the best of the bunch.
Combining an absurdist’s eye view with a funky rhythm section on their record “Up and Down the Aisle,” this band plays music which is reminiscent of Devo one minute and Psychedelic Furs the next. “Sleeping on the Airplane” could be a big dance club hit.