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The Kinky Fingers – White River City

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Five songs for the surf trio Los Kinky Finger’s from Denver, Colorado.
Tayler Doyle, Daniel Hogan and Craig Morris aren’t doing anything stunningly original on their debut EP, but they are laying some good foundation for where to go next with their enthusiastic blend of styles and sounds. They are a classic product of their home country, taking rock & roll inspiration from all over and happily transforming it into something that could have only come from their neck of the woods. It is notable for some really good performances, particularly in “Tofino” with a great reverb-drenched surf guitar, as well with the traditional country-waltz “Dead in Yer Grave”.

Started out as a collective, “White River City” is the second of three EP’s that they’re releasing as part of something called “The EP Series”(The first one was “Make you Happy”). Many musicians playing with the idea of having a band that can change: from the arrangements to the basic sound. So nothing about from Rolling Stones “Sticky Fingers” but an easy listening and moving sound in a simple world and at the end just traditional Americana music. If they put their own stamp and chose more carefully the songs of their next release they will probably take off.

Contact: thekinkyfingers.com

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