The Rentiers share nearly all of their recordings on Bring me the Finest World Map Shower Curtain in all the Land
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Like many great punk songs, the career of local “pseupergroup” The Rentiers was a quick blitz of energy. From 2014 through 2016 local musician Joel Tannenbaum led a rotating cast of bandmates through the cycles of recording music and playing shows, producing an excellent debut EP in Here Is a List of Things That Exist and a solid string of singles like their later release “The Early 2000s.”

Across the discography, which is now collected in one 17-track digital space called Bring me the Finest World Map Shower Curtain in all the Land, Tannenbaum filtered his experience with punk bands like Plow United through ultra-clever college rock lyrics and a delivery that had the conversational DIY-ness of anti-folk acts around the edges.

Stream “Jessica and Dan and a Cat Named Bolt Thrower” below, revisit their Key Studio Session here, and download the Rentiers’ catalog via Bandcamp.

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