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Regent Kingfish Slumberpad

Artist/Band: Western Civ
Category/Genre: Rock
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This disc’s sound spectrum travels from the moody guitar rock of “Stingray Blanket,” to the crazy guitar workout of “There’s No 'I' in Team,” which comes off a little bit like undisciplined Devo in some of its sections. There’s plenty of guitar feedback in various places during this six-song EP, by the way, such as during “Engine #3".

This band may be from Alabama, but there isn’t even a hint of Southern rock here. Western Civ takes traditional rock instruments and creates experimental workouts with them. It might not always come out sounding civilized, but this CD is a winner -- in a strange, Pavement kind of way. -- Dan MacIntosh, Indie-Music.com

In one sentence:

A Bittersweet neoslack cacophony.
          --Rich Henderson, Western Civ

Better than bacon.
          --Jason Briggs, Western Civ

An arrantly designed sonic mistake waiting, but willing, to happen.
          --Jason Hall, Western Civ

At the confluence of noise and melody, and at the intersection of minimalism and refinement, there exists a bizarre and tenuous balance, across which Western Civ teeters precariously on a unicycle with a
busted-but-functional wheel.
         --Bryan Cabler, Western Civ

Listen to: Regent Kingfish Slumberpad (Western Civ)
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