The Wolverton Brothers were formed from the underground music scene in Cincinnati, where they have gained a loyal following by playing very intense live performances. They have been together for nearly two decades now, and maintain a steady schedule of performances in and around the Cincinnati area.

Tim Schwallie - Vocals/Guitar

T Lothar Witt - Drums

Jay McCubbin - Bass

Bill Stuart - Guitar


A BETTER PLACE (CD) The Eholist b/w Not Enough
Hospital Records 2004 1997 Anyway Records

GLAD (CD) Angel’s Box of Chocolates b/w Not
1995 on Atavistic Happy by The Ass Ponys
1996 Violently Hip

1993 on Atavistic My Assassin b/w Max Gomez Love
1993 Subpop

1990 on Okra/Rough Trade Fireproof b/w Paycheck
990 Okra

1988 on Okra (re-release on Deary Me 1999) Love City b/w White Folks
1985 Day One


OPTION: “…you hear a double-naught spy theme filtered through Nick
Cave’s bowels, surf-funk for bong-huffin’ fans of Dick Dale and the Jon
Spencer Blues Explosion, even some twangy, echoey shit that point the
riffs to the heart of the sun without necessarily bringing to mind a tired
term like ‘psychedelic’
– Fred Mills
ROCKPOOL: "imagine early gun club veering off into interstellar overdrive."
TROUSER PRESS: The five-song Glad EP continues the band's progression in much the same vein, calming some
of the combo's manic attack while ripping some of its previously rigid structures wide open, particularly on "Cold
Spring." The Wolverton Brothers have maintained the invigorating blueprint proposed on their debut while
transforming themselves into something less obvious than the rootsy twang of the early days.
– Peter Margasak
CITY BEAT: Like the Birthday Party, the Bros.' music is a high, intangible and twisted art. One note of advice:
Don't go by someone else's description of the Wolvertons, because their sound is next to impossible to describe.
– Mike Breen

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