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Little Hurricane Gold Fever

The Real Deal! Get it, got it, good!

great sound.

one of the better bands i have listened to in the long time. worth the buy for sure. beautiful hybrid of new and old sound. makes me happy to know stuff like this is out there.

Awesome blend of styles

I love bands that know how to mix different sounds and styles and I just randomly discovered this band. They are in my top 10 bands. Some of their sounds remind me of U2, Deer Tick and Band of Skulls. Simply a lot of charm and spunk blended with some top 40 influence and some mellow rifts and twangs. Definately check out this band they are a refreshing change and this album seems much better than there last although i like really like both!!

Biography

Formed: 2010 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A gritty and down-home 21st century blues-rock duo out of San Diego, California, little hurricane formed in 2010 when guitarist and vocalist Anthony "Tone" Catalano answered a musician's call from drummer and vocalist Celeste "CC" Spina on craigslist. Catalano, originally from Santa Cruz, California, and Spina, originally from Chicago, Illinois, shared a common interest in both the blues and vintage musical equipment, and their ragged, passionate sound evolved almost instantly. A debut album,...
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