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Evil Eye Gypsy / Press

“Evil Eye Gypsy started with “Down” then the husky guitar attitude of “All I had to Say.” The seven minute trippy musical inducement into the deserts dreams “Mojave” accompanied the left handed gypsy wizard leaving his mark on the evening with “Purple Haze.” “Warm Rechargeable Lovers” was a subtle tale about love and regeneration. “Bitter Comedy” got melancholy and moody. “Victim of Circumstances” went bluesy, back to the 50’s era with greasy haired groove and swing. They ended with the Sabs stamp on the 70s war scene, oh lord yeah.”

“Evil Eye Gypsy came to my attention and I thought I should add this acid rock, blues band from Dayton in the USA. With seven to fit on the stage you may anticipate they would step in to each others space, but far from it. This is so far away from my home territory, it surprises me too, but a slicing vocal can’t help but intrigue. The melody is ripped asunder the moment we find the voices breaking in to the space. The septet have some inspirational compositions as they appear to emerge from pillaging a cemetery as their dark and foreboding music slithers ghost like from the speakers. Evil Eye Gypsy manage to reign the multitude of instruments and musicians to a coherent out-put and despite all the odds, it is that dramatic vocal which pivots the band. Whilst they don’t describe their music as such, they put the Goth in to Gothic. If Suicide Girls were ever looking for a sound-track, Evil Eye Gypsy would be the ideal selection.”