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Sounds Like: The Black Crowes, Neil Young, Dinosaur Jr, David Vandervelde
Bio: I’m not sure where Brother Hawk fits in the scheme of things around here. Their music contains no detached hipster irony to beguile you, no neo-hippie psychedelia to confound you, no sludgy swamp riffs to bang your head to. The Atlanta four-piece, consisting of guitarist-vocalist J.B Brisendine, ...See Full Bio
““C4 Blues,” fresh from the concrete fields of Atlanta, starts off with a lonesome guitar signaling in Brother Hawk like a morning bugler. A few seconds later the track picks up speed, slashing away at a well-phrased solo that has hints of Duane in it. When the bittersweet howl of J.B. Brisendine enters, however, it is drowning in a swamp of warm and murky guitars. At times it feels like the other instruments are held hostage by the rhythm guitar’s overshadowing reverb, yet the song extends such a soul-wrenching and calloused hand to the listener that, if taken, it can pull you past the subterranean muck.”