“...but things picked up with Surly Gates. The quartet stayed sober, but it's well-crafted Crosby, Stills, Nash and Crazy Horse approach needed no psilocybin.”
“Mixing 1960s harmonious garage rock vocals with the slow churn of the more modern psychedelic movement, Surly Gates has proven to be a band to keep an eye on right out of the gate.”
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