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With so many loose parts coalescing into a finished piece, the Portland, Ore.–based Quiet Life present Americana-tinged rock ’n’ roll in the best way possible. Where other bands might opt for a well-mannered “tasty licks” approach, Quiet Life run contrary to their name and provoke audiences with loud, jabbering guitar parts that leave plenty of loose ends. The manic lead guitarist on the otherwise pleasant “San Luis Obispo” eggs on a pedal steel guitar line that’s even more ambitious. The band’s second album (two years after their well-received debut, Big Green) features a ramshackle sound that’s learned quite a bit from Bob Dylan and old-school Rolling Stones records. “Record Time” and “Devil’s Kin” present time-tested chord progressions as sliced-and-diced ideas where what you don’t play is as important as what you do. It’s an obvious lesson, but few bands have the nerve to go through with it. “Skin & Bones” settles on overcompressed acoustic excitement. “New London” purrs for seven minutes. “Low Blues” does everything in one. Mission accomplished.

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Epic Album

These Cats rock. Five star album right here. Perfect.

A fun surprise

Saw these guys open for the Head and the Heart, and boy were they great. Talked to them after the show, bought their vinyl, had them sign it. Looking forward to more.

Great performers!

Also saw them open for The Head and the Heart... so fun to watch! Great performers, great music. Can't wait for more!


Formed: Portland, Oregon

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Born in the whaling town of New London, Connecticut, and based out of the hirsute, indie folk hub that is Portland, Oregon, Quiet Life specializes in wide-open, twang-kissed, Pacific Northwest Americana in the vein of the Lumineers, Head and the Heart, Shovels & Rope, and Trampled by Turtles. Formed in 2006 by brothers Sean (vocals and guitars) and Ryan Spellman (drums and some singing), along with bassist Paul Dutton and guitarist Craig Rupert, the quartet issued...
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