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The Legend Of Bigfoot / Press

“A song like "Circumstantial Evidence," for instance, soars by on a wave of reverb, but underneath it is a consistent beat that kicks the song in its ass until it reaches that three-and-a-half minute pop sweet spot. In and out without indulgence, so satisfying in its brevity. It's a shock, sometimes, to notice how darn pretty the Legend of Bigfoot can be. "Underwater Man," with its trilling keyboards and pining, impassioned vocals from Krushka, sounds like it could be a long-lost classic from the late-1980s college rock culture. But once the band lures you in with a sweet song like "Underwater Man," they reel it back to the heavy crunch of something like "Lonesome Being," which immediately smacks of Sabbath. ”

“LOB channels the mystery of the things that live in dark glades, deep mountainous ravines, and travel outside our civilized lives to propel their contradictory powerful, yet strangely soothing, musical style. The band is driven along on alternating and often distorted strumming/chords and repeated single plucked or played notes. The effect generates a musical tension like that created by groups such as U2, while ethereal vocals soar creating a unique vibe that is turning Tacoma music hipster heads.”

“Their main influences are truly representative of their genres of choice and include Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Screaming Trees, The Black Crowes, The Doors, Black Sabbath, early Radiohead and more classic rock bands. Listeners to their songs can easily hear these influences and many more through the song work, instrumentation and layering of vital musical elements to create a cohesively mixed, dedicated rock sound.”

“With music influences from bands like Pink Floyd, Black Crowes, Led Zeppelin and Screaming Trees, the sound that emerges from the stage is not typical for a Northwest band.”