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-The duo of bass and drums melds dance, blues and a little noise into seriously fun music. -Denver Post Reverb, Aaron Collins

-Their songs draw as much from the Northwest sound of Tacoma acts like the Sonics and the Wailers as they do from Delta blues and the rock-and-roll cataclysm that burst forth from Michigan in the late 1960s. -Westword, Tom Murphy

-The GetDown! were a welcome surprise, delivering exactly the sort of unkempt and fuzzed-out stuff I usually like to hear. -Alex Edgeworth

-The Getdown, had a DFA 1979 thing going on. The duo utilize a bass and drums as well, and have great potential. -Cause=TIme, Julio Enriquez

-Grimy, muddy, and rowdy. -The Advocate, Laura Webb

-You guys are not my favorite two-piece band. -Daniel Pope

-Lawlors vocal attack to the ears comes through a seemingly thick cloud of cigarette smoke and garage fumes while Nelsens drumming holds the music together with is unpredictable rhythm. -The Advocate, Laura Webb

-The Get Down plays dirty rock and roll that brings to mind The White Stripes in their early years. Fuzzed out and sweaty. -Denver Daily News, Gene Davis

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