Pudding Attack trades guitars for keyboards on new CD 

Pudding Attack isn't the worst name in the world " at least not for the Oklahoma City trio which has re-emerged with the album "Miniskirt Cash Machine." The band has traded in the electric guitar for a menagerie of keyboards and electric pianos, making for fistfuls of fuzzy blips and beeps.

Attack member Robb Benhoff said he and longtime bandmate Chris Anderson decided it was time to stop using guitars.

"We were pretty sick of guitars," Anderson added. "Originally, I didn't like the keys. I thought they were pretty stupid, but then I started messing around with all the weird sounds you could make."

RELEASE SHOW
The last Pudding Attack show was at the now-closed Green Door in Bricktown. Being comprised of college kids " as is the case with many bands " members remain burdened with academia and have suffered from a revolving door of personnel changes.

But Anderson is confident: "There is always a crowd out there that wants the newest, strangest thing they can find," he said.

Pudding Attack's CD release show with Year of the Jackalope; Asleep, Audience "¦ Dream!; and The Mean Spirits starts at 8 p.m. Saturday at The Conservatory, 8911 N. Western. For more information, call 607-4805. "Charles Martin

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