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Murder By Death
Pritzker Pavilion at
Monday, July 20
Friday, July 24
9 PM | $10
w/ Al Scorch and The Shams Band
Recent coverage from Noisey, American Songwriter, Exclaim!, Punk News, PopMatters, Glide Magazine, Paste, Pitchfork, and more.
“Strange Eyes”: https://soundcloud.com/bshq/strange-eyes-by-murder-by
Entertainment Weekly recently premiered the album’s lead song “Strange Eyes”, saying:
Over the course of a nearly 15-year career, the band Murder by Death has taken a leading role in a growing effort to unite indie rock with country and folk. But they’ve also released plenty of music that defies their reputation as just twangy roots rockers… the song “Strange Eyes,” in which they tap into the same reserve of acid-fried energy that powers psych-rock bands like Spiritualized and the Black Angels, adding some intriguing drone to the mix before exploding the whole thing with some rousingly triumphant guitar heroics.
“Lost River”: http://youtu.be/ph8AlodMnjk
Consequence of Sound launched the tune “Still Sober (After All These Beers)” and you can listen here: https://soundcloud.com/bshq/still-sober-after-all-these
NPR Music also premiered the song “Cry Baby Cry” saying, “Three vocalists, a wicked guitarist who also plays pedal steel, a banjo, an upright bass and a hot-footed drummer guarantee that every song they play is stuffed with crazy rhythms and melodic energy... The group came up in rowdy bars, and it shows. It plays to fill the room and turn it on.”
“Cry Baby Cry” - https://soundcloud.com/bshq/cry-baby-cry-by-banditos
With the rugged power of a flashy Super Chief locomotive, the Banditos bodaciously appropriate elements of '60s blues-fused acid rock, ZZ Top's jangly boogie, the Drive-By Truckers' yawp, the populist choogle of CCR, Slim Harpo's hip shake baby groove, gut bucket Fat Possum hill country mojo and the Georgia Motherfucking Satellites. From backwoods bluegrass, to slinky nods to Muscle Shoals soul and unexpected bits of doo-wop sweetness, the Banditos recall many, but sound like no one but themselves.
First, Rolling Stone Country just premiered the band’s new music video for “The Breeze.” Get your summer on: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/watch-banditos-rowdy-riverside-the-breeze-video-20150610
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