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Ragdoll & The Skull Farmers / Press

"cool sparse unique spooked out blues baby of an Alice cooper savant and a nirvana dumpster goblin ha .. Cool stuff tho definitely an artist"

Brad Skinner - Samathas Bronze Bird

“Go down into some of the hidden pockets of unrepentant wildness in our sprawling, gleefully weird Rubber City, and in the shadows of the post-industrial overgrowth, in the old buildings and the factory houses that have been simultaneously reclaimed and set free, in the heat of the summer nights, you may be lucky enough to witness the otherworldly thump, howl, and apocalyptic blues of Dolly Rocker Ragdoll.”

““Nostalgic without the burden of sentimentality” is the best way to describe the music of Dolly Rocker Ragdoll. Like Elvis Presley on acid, it is both familiar and fresh, classic and modern —”

Steve Hallo - Magazine

“I caught this dude’s show at the Buzzbin Last Friday Concert in July and was completely (and pleasantly) stunned to find out that someone from Canton is delivering such oozing, primal and bizarre blues-punk music. Onstage Dolly Rocker Ragdoll is a crazy mess of bright Red hair and vintage black clothes that accentuates his graveyard pallor. Banging away on a sweet-ass old Kay guitar and running it through a strange network of amps and ancient reverb, his music is primitive, noisy and spooky, reminding me of the whacked-out psychobilly of early Cramps and the fevered howls of Roky Erickson and The 13th Floor Elevators. Album to be released in November.”

Chris Bentley - The Most Beautiful Losers