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“Rootstime.belgium CD review of Devil's Rope October 14,2008 by Ron (translated from dutch to english) They end up from the warm Arizona, Awhatukee in the Sonora Desert for exact to be. Or better " he komt" because Bretheren toss about no real link but only Eric Malmstrom, is wrote multi-instrumentalist those all numbers, producete and carried out. Only drummer helped Gary Smith and Neil Malmstrom (on jet ear in one song) just as on this cd, but live they form its link. The title " Devil' s Rope" pivot wire refers which the border lockings form to the roles. The music of Bretheren tosses about characterises itself by songs with strong hooks which incites songs to rythmic hoofdschudden, mainly Americana and alto country music. The cd opens appropriately with " Across The Desert" , quiet Americana song strewn as a soundtrack for the hot sultry desert, with cactuses, red rocks and substance. Dreams of cooling Mexican strand, cantinas with bruinogige latinas, tequila' s and beer.”
“Corazine.com CD review of Devil's Rope December 8,2008 Sure, much singer-songwriter boils down to little more than guitar and dude singing - though that can be an awarding experience in the hands of the right artist. But Bretheren Sol captures eclecticism through folksy flavors, southwestern/south-of-the-border aesthetics, classic rock vibes, subtle alt-rock, heartfelt white boy soul-country and more. Some songs are more plugged-in than others, but the songwriting is always at the center. Stoned without being stoner rock, instrospective, tinged by melancholy, thoughtful and touching, Bretheren Sol hits the bulls-eye with "Devil's Rope."”