Zachary Bernstein is The Bicycats. Here are a few of his albums.
DON’T BE SURPRISED WHEN YOU SEE US BEARS
This is technically the third album by The Bicycats, but one could make the argument that this is the fourth or the eighth.
Released April 6, 2018
HOW COULD YOU? (or: Was It Good For You, Too?)
"How Could You? (or: Was It Good For You, Too?)" is the second recorded album by The Bicycats. It was recorded and mixed in Rochester, New York over six months -- the snowy ones. "How Could You?" shares certain qualities with the previous Bicycats album, "I Love You For Your Mind": fun, clever songs with charming arrangements and vivacious, loping rhythms. Only there are some major differences. For one, it's longer -- about fifteen whole minutes longer. Also, this album has twelve songs instead of eleven. That's right. And did the first album have tuba, trombone, mandolin, or any trained jazz musicians sprinkled about its tracks? No, it did not. This one did. Enjoy.
Released July 31, 2008
I LOVE YOU FOR YOUR MIND
I Love You For Your Mind is the debut album by The Bicycats, recorded and mixed over a single summer in a makeshift studio (basement) in Rochester, New York's 19th Ward. (Actually, two songs were recorded in Brooklyn, but let's pretend the whole thing was recorded in Rochester. Yep. Good old Rochester.) Resources were limited, but creativity ran amok. What transpired are eleven tracks of what Rochester City Paper (See? Good old Rochester.) called, "an absolutely brilliant outfit" of "pop music with doses of mania and a Young Fresh Fellow sense of unpretentious cool." And one of the songs has a flute solo.
Released September 13, 2006