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Fatigo / Press

“Their primary sound is a weird little mix that works. Southwestern blues meets folk. Each song has a different main sound or feeling switching up the lyrics with Spanglish”

“Pretty much nothing good ever comes out of Arizona, but Fatigo are the exception to that rule. The Phoenix band boasts as many as a dozen members, all coming together to craft a bizarre brand of Latin-inspired rock.”

“Fatigo's music video has a certain funky charm and panache all its own”

“Fatigo - a conceptual collection of innocence, experience, polar bears, a kidnapped twin and a rambunctious dog. treat yoursefl to Fatigo, treat yourself to Diego, treat yourself to a great time!”

“Sister Cities interivews Fatigo over Ice cream on Radio Phoenix”

“You can't ignore the lead singer's sense of humor, who seems to be heavily influenced by Jonathan Richman and They Might Be Giants. Even Cake fans will find something to love about this band.”

“Together, the four make up a mini mariachi-rock opera the finest of which Phoenix has ever seen...”

“Whether you are a lady or just want one, this disc contains a woman's daily requirement of vulnerability, furry animals, and baffling danceworthiness.”

“Fatigo’s songs do what the Choco-Taco failed at miserably, deftly blending two cultures. ”

“If your idea of rocking the house is more songs about insects and Frisbee parks, this lazy blend of pathos and bongos should rock your house like a noisy evap cooler. ”