Since forming in 2008, JOBS has quickly established itself as one of the most exciting new forces within the thriving experimental music scene in Brooklyn. Comprised of drummer Max Jaffe, bassist Rob Lundberg, and guitarist Dave Scanlon, the group (formerly known as Killer BOB) has set itself apart with its charged performances - dripping with intensity and wild spontaneity.
After a number of dark and thorny releases under their previous name, JOBS set out to record their new album killer BOB sings with a new approach. Enlisting the help of vocalist Daniel Ellis-Ferris (of Loft Opera) and multi-instrumentalist/producer Shannon Fields (Leverage Models, Stars Like Fleas, and Helado Negro), the band challenged themselves to embrace a more broad and inclusive sound world.
Widely praised, the album has been called "a killer album" by GrimmusiK and "an aural experience that is at once deeply personal and wholly alien" by IMPOSE. Addition, the music video to the track "Patient Angel" was lauded as "a track and video that demand your patience" by IMPOSE and one that "takes you for a ride" by PopMatters.