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2/3 Goat / Press

"Rising up on the folk-rock charts, New York City-based "Metrobilly" band 2/3 Goat has just released a foot-stomping, evocative and inspiring video performance from their breakthrough new CD, Stream of Conscience. Featuring lead singer/mandolin player Annalyse McCoy, whose golden pipes resound from the hollers with the haunting beauty and power of a young Shawn Colvin and Patty Loveless,"

"in the spirit of great socially aware performers from Phil Ochs to Johnny Cash, 2/3 Goat don’t preach: instead, they paint vivid pictures with their songs. Frontwoman Annalyse McCoy unleashes a potent, vitrolic, high lonesome wail: "

"Fiery and smooth, rough and soothing, like a long pull of whiskey, [Annalyse's] energetic songs can leave you feeling equally dizzied with euphoria and angst." "Those bleary walls at The Bitter End had baked many a doughy young mind, pupils of Ginsberg and Dylan, into season dishes of dissent. Now here came 2/3 Goat, singing, rappin’ about injustice in our own time, cooking up our generation’s revolution ‘zza!"

"As far as musical style, 2/3 Goat members have dubbed it 'metrobilly,' an amalgam of folk, rock, country, blues and bluegrass that seems to be catching on in the urban environment of the Big Apple."

Harry Funk - Washington County Observer-Reporter