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“Indecisive Rhythm and Killer Canary (Showbox at the Market) Killer Canary and Indecisive Rhythm are musical soul mates. They've both got the pop-punk thing down cold. They both have enough screamy edge to keep things safely on the proper Pixies side of the fence (as opposed to the wretched Blink-182 side), but they're not afraid to be catchy. If you're looking for noodly, aimless rockgasms that never end, you should probably keep on walking. But if you like your music in three-minute, easily digestible verse-chorus-verse chunks, this could be the best night of your August. PAUL CONSTANT”
“Tonight is a busy night at the Sunset Tavern! Before their later Noise for the Needy show (which we also recommend!), power pop band Indecisive Rhythm will be kicking off the early show at 4PM. This band is self-described as dumpster-pop that has been “offending ears in the Pacific Northwest since 2004 with an honest DIY approach to rock and punk rock,” according to Reverb Nation. Indecisive Rhythm is a trio of musicians fronted by Ms. Rhythm, aka Amy Mustoe, a five year veteran of the local music scene. In accordance with their name, the band has undergone changes since coming into existence, but they are renowned for their tight sound and feverish rhythms exploding from drummer Sean Boil’s drum kit. Ms. Rhythm is the ultimate Beth Ditto-esque front-woman who doesn’t hold back vocally with her sensual purrs and explosive howls. Get to the Sunset early to catch this power pop trio in action! Muldoon and The Allegations also perform.”
“The Only Dumpster Pop Band in The World!”
“Next up was Indecisive Rhythm. This band is also great and the chick rocks. Not only does she have a good voice and cool stage presence, but she can really play too. I’ve been teaching my daughter to play the guitar for the last year or so, and she has a strong preference for female fronted groups. If this band ever plays a non-club gig, I’d like to take her to see them so she can see how it’s done. Keeping a kid out of that Justin Bieber shit in this day and age is a challenge.”