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“I generally don't give out 10 star ratings to EP's - but I think I will make an exception for Beecher's Fault as they are clearly doing everything right on this EP. Let me go on record by saying Beecher's Fault is one of the hottest new bands I've heard in 2011. Amazing EP! The self-titled debut EP by Beecher’s Fault is an impressive musical sampler from start to finish. The music is clean, goes down smooth, & the messages are extremely thought provoking & passionate in nature. It’s strong suit – the deeply rich production value, amazing songs & strong vocal presence from Ben Taylor. It’s amazing how much talent this 3 piece brings to the table. Beecher’s Fault possesses enough musical talent & songwriting prowess to be extremely dangerous in 2011. One would be wise to keep a watchful eye on them.”
“In an industry where young, talented indie bands are a dime a dozen, Beecher’s Fault looks to establish themselves above the competition with a refreshing blend of alternative/indie rock mixed with shades of R&B, folk and soul. Their lyrics are visceral, their melodies catchy; in short, you will have their songs stuck in your head for quite a while. The band consists of vocalist/guitarist Ben Taylor, vocalist/keyboardist Ken Lamken and drummer Eric Levine, all of whom hail from New Jersey. The trio recorded a five track EP this past winter that debuted on iTunes and was very well received. The diversity of their tracks showcased both the individual talent of each group member and the versatility of their music. Their lyrical content ranged from humorous existential commentaries about growing up and getting a job to melancholy ballads about the enigma of love or the loss of a friend.”