Family Man 

The next page of Travis Spillers' discography was created in a more domestic fashion

For Travis Spillers, change is good. From his days playing guitar with seminal punk-rockers Los Federales, and co-fronting pioneering garage-rockers the Knockout Pills, he's kept moving artistically. With the Freezing Hands, the 40-year old has hit his creative stride, crafting what will…

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