In the deserted warehouse section of Lower New Haven there is a sparking-bright new quintet destined to dominate the international airwaves. Rehearsing diligently, TV Neats was first plotted then fabricated by Ricky Rondo, formerly the leader of Hot Bodies. Ricky spent the fall of 1980 producing some local demos, searching for the perfect combination of looks, vocals, and creativity. He approached guitarist and vocalist of the Ex-Cerpts, Michael Priggen and lead singer/keyboard player of The Kids, Ms. Robyn Ouiba to form TV Neats. Bassist Chipper Anderson, a former local musician was called from Hollywood, as he fit right into TV Neats musical attitude.
The band then immediately picked four songs and recorded them in a few short weeks. The entire group has developed in an incredibly rapid fashion, all members agreeing in attitude and direction, not unlike many other hit machines. If local response is any clue (Was I) Dreamin' Again has the possibility of being a colossal midsummer smash for 1981. "Give Me More" shows a moody and structured style while "Shadows" and "Runnin' Round" are as pop as can be and dance city all the way. The gems just keep coming. TV Neats entire set is worthy of any major labels interest: All differ in style but maintain a consistency in sound while being thoroughly recognizable after just one taste.
TV Neats has the hits. TV Neats has the image. TV Neats would like to be on your record label so they can infect the ears of the young record buying public with their contagious style of pop with a twist.