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Editors’ Notes

Where its 2009 sophomore long-player, Westering Again, revealed a rootsy rock ‘n’ roll band hell-bent on contributing to the canon of classic West Coast canyon rock, 2011’s Sundrunk Angels finds the quintet carving out its own tones while keeping those bygone sleeve-worn influences intact. “Learn to Cheat” opens, sounding like these guys could very well be the illegitimate sons of The Band, replete with a slight pastoral drawl seeping from three-part vocal harmonies as Telecasters twang, organs grind, and mandolins chime to a solid meat-and-potatoes rhythm section. Whip-smart songcraft emanates throughout, especially on tunes like the locomotive “Better Yet” and “Dark Fire,” where some Ronnie Lane–inspired wit blends into singer Rich Dembowski’s lyrics. The gorgeous title track makes good on its moniker with lazy, slide-guitar-dripping notes and Dembowski’s sandy-textured croon. “Come Tomorrow” closes with beautiful West Coast harmonies.

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This is the best music you can shake a stick at. The bass player is in need of a serious wig adjustment, but other than that, its the hippest. Wiggity Word!

Awesomeness

This Band is ultimate cool

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