Yet another rock band from Fort Collins, it seems as though the tides are changing from more bluegrass bands here to more rock bands. From the cover, you definitely do not expect it to be more of a rock album. From the first song to the last, this record is very complex. It is a rock album first and foremost, but they toy with many different genres on this twelve-song CD. The first song is reminiscent of early 90’s whine rock to a more classic style of rock to a mix of rock and electronic. Although the album is forever changing style, it still keeps a consistent sound throughout with the vocals and certain queues in the music.
By Brady Smith Vonnegut is dead – the band name, that is. Denver’s popular modern rock group Vonnegut is now known as Take to the Oars: A change evoking impressions of the ever evolving, always […]
3 Stars Self described indie-folk artist, Jeff Brown has a lot going for him musically. His voice is smooth and windy, his lyrics haunting. He jokes of being influenced (not so positively) by girls and […]