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Phenomenal Debut!

I have seen these guys live in Chicago many times. They are one of the tightest, energetic, yet spontaneous groups in the Chicago scene right now. I am so glad I was able to download the album before their December 13th CD release show. This album demonstrates their versatility and synergistic talent. Farkus has solid songwriting and commanding lead vocals. The bass and drums form a solid foundation, but these guys rip hard as well. Check out the bass rips all through "Salt" and I am not sure if it is a pre-chorus or bridge in "Supposed to Be" highlights some of the complex and thunderous drumming. The guitars absolutely wail in versatility. One song you will hear riffs and phrases reminiscent of early Pumpkins or Jane's Addiction, then solos like David Gilmour, and acoustic phrases like Jack Johnson. There are several other songs that they perform live that I was hoping made the album as well but who knows what their next steps may be.

You SHOULD know Farkus

This is a great album from a popular up-and-coming Chicago band with strong lyric writing and an exciting sound! Their live performances never disappoint, and this album portrays that energy and stage presence that fans have come to expect. Expect from this band catchy hooks, exceptional musical skill, and lyrics that can ring to true to almost everyone! "New Love and Prescriptions" is a strong song with a dark side, and probably my favorite on the album. I look forward to hearing more! Download it now!

Thought You Should Know, Farkus
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