As frontman of Chapel Hill’s Boxbomb, Ryan Gustafson spent six years devising moody, melodic modern rock fashioned after Radiohead and Smashing Pumpkins. Though the quartet signed with Tragic Hero Records and flirted with regional success, the band never fully materialized, so Gustafson struck out alone. Few would have guessed that Donkey—his solo debut, recorded with members of the Drughorse Collective—would be one of the finest local releases of 2009.
On his own, Gustafson ditches the alt-rock vibe… read more
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