You simply haven’t lived until you’ve experienced this electrifying group led by Andy Kiel and Jim Wittmann (best friends since the age of four). Veoba describes their shows as a ”momentous electronic performance” with a blend “starry-eyed synths and celestial harmonies.” Windy City Rock has described them as “Muppets on crack” who were “born to be rockstars.”
Their debut album, Mercury, features a variety of songs from their raunchy dance based song, Way Down to Logan Square which Loud Loop Press describes as having a “head-bobbing beat, wild synths and echo-y vocals reminiscent of Tears For Fears [which] will no doubt keep the party going.” Or as the Chicagoist more simply puts it “throbbing, retro-futuristic dance beats.”
Edited by MoonFuries on 26 Jan 2012, 17:09
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