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“Read a review on us done by scenepulse.com. A show we played at Debonair last month in Chicago. http://scenepulse.com/chicago/kelroy-goes-big-debonair/”
“If Pink Floyd was able to tap into the dark side of the moon, then Fearless fans should check out SouthSide’s friends, Kelroy. This band tapped into the dark side of the human emotion though its music and lyrics. The audience felt as well as heard it via the mournful guitars riffs of pain and angst. Within the pain and angst, there were ominous messages worth heeding.What SouthSide likes about Kelroy was their varied music style which took the audience from one end of the emo spectrum to another.Kelroy’s opening song was instrumentally moving that wasn’t weighed down deep in sad moodiness. It was spiritually uplifting and immediately grabbed the audience’s attention. And it wasn’t all dark emo music during this set. There were subtle hints of “happier” moments too yet you need a good ear to catch it. When it reaches that “happy” spot, it will certainly fuel a fiery momentum which makes you move to the rhythm. Fearless fans. SouthSide highly recommends catching Kelroy.”
“Kelroy was featured on a compilation CD that came out on Dec 28th 2010 on the label Distrophonix. Managed and distributed by Quickstar Productions. The song titled (Surprise with a fold) was featured so look for it and download it.”