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"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."