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Monday, January 28, 2013

The Do Wrongs Play Swampy Rock with a Hint of Voodoo

Posted by on Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 10:24 AM

(Comet) The Do Wrongs make big, swampy, Southern-tinged rock 'n' roll that favors minor chords, prowling vocals, and a hint of voodoo that casts spells from the book of Gun Club or the Cramps. Say Banzai play uplifting, bluesy rock jams and, according to their bio, "They don't play 'funk' as much as they actually play funky." The Sweetlix are a trio from West Seattle who play high-energy rock without unnecessary bells and whistles. They're not trying to be Rush; they're just trying to get a rush. Did I really just write that sentence? Am I keeping it in? Yes.

 

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