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Plowboy / Press

“Plowboy songs like “Cold Fever”, “Supernatural” and “I Want to Touch Her (She Smells Like Suburbia)” have some dynamic slow/fast progressions and a bit of that heavy metal/punk sound like Grunge music. They sometimes went into near Thrash mode with building drum/guitar breaks. They also credibly covered “Shuffle Your Feet” by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Plowboy have played around DFW, Austin, and the Hill Country so you might want to keep an eye out for this precocious group.”

““These guys have a maturity about their sound that is incredibly deceiving. . . I have always felt to play this kind of music one would have had to have gone through some life crisis to be able . . . to obtain this level of maturity. Now I know I either have always been wrong about this theory, or Plowboy have been possessed by the rock ‘n roll gods, or they have been exposed to some great music in their short lives. I tend to believe it’s the latter.””

““Plowboy can do the job. Within two minutes of watching them play, I decided Plowboy was already better than 50 percent of the bands I’ve seen in my lifetime . . . the majority of these boys haven’t even hit their first growth spurt and they are already kicking out jams in downtown Dallas bars. Plowboy may never achieve Radish-like notoriety, but they are already doing more impressive things than your kid.” ”

“The musical future of Dallas is in capable hands.”