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Mar 19, 2015
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14 amazing songs by Tom Potter and crew, covering the life of the Seger System!

 

Mar 19, 2015
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Will be up for sale next week in the store and hitting stores in May!

Mar 19, 2015
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March 20 - with Hot White Trash and Angry Cougars

Cafe Bourbon Street

2216 Summit St, Columbus, Ohio 43201
 
 
March 21 - with Danvers, Short Fictions, Ramona
 
Hairy Debbie's House of Tacos
 
1106 Goettmann st, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
 

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Jun 27, 2013

Suburban Voice review of the Fatal Figures LP Caterwaul


FATAL FIGURES-Caterwaul (Big Neck, LP)
Most of this band’s membership was in The Blowtops, who hammered out dirty, noisy garage blues churn. There’s still something of that here and they drag their songs through the muck pretty well. The songs that favor a spirited shuffle work best here—“Party Girl,” “Break Me” or “Blue Zed,” the latter song previously appearing on a 2011 single. It’s less-successful for the dragged-out “Wayne Bent” and “New God,” sounding like a musical interpretation of a hangover. Maybe not as much “VROOM” as their previous band (you should check out the Blowtops’ Blackstatic if your curiosity is piqued) but they have the right idea at times.
Category: General
Posted by: bart
FATAL FIGURES-Caterwaul (Big Neck, LP)
Most of this band’s membership was in The Blowtops, who hammered out dirty, noisy garage blues churn. There’s still something of that here and they drag their songs through the muck pretty well. The songs that favor a spirited shuffle work best here—“Party Girl,” “Break Me” or “Blue Zed,” the latter song previously appearing on a 2011 single. It’s less-successful for the dragged-out “Wayne Bent” and “New God,” sounding like a musical interpretation of a hangover. Maybe not as much “VROOM” as their previous band (you should check out the Blowtops’ Blackstatic if your curiosity is piqued) but they have the right idea at times.