Skribe | Doin' The Dirt

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Doin' The Dirt

by Skribe

This blues rock trio rooted in Annapolis, MD blasts loud anecdotes and distorted mantras that will do you right like key lime pie. I
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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2. Potential
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3. Complex Creature
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4. Farmer Brown's Mutilated Cow
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5. Screwball
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6. Soulberger
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7. Snow Day
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8. Run WIth It
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9. Inside the Machine
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10. Robot
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11. It's Your Life
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12. Shade
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13. Lefty
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14. Huff It
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Since Doin' The Dirt's release, fans have been folking up their garages to the musical music of Skribe. "A lot of our songs on this album started out with a vocal melody lathered on a beatup thrift store acoustic guitar riff, when you add drums, electric crossbow, a room of people & some whiskey...the volume usually makes it's way up to 11." The DIY approach allowed the band to experiment with recording bowed guitar, microwave, party gourds & even angry neighbors. "We wanted to make a record that you'd initially want to blow out your speakers to & on headphones later on, hear a new realm of sounds within each song. I think ears can adjust to volume like the way eyes adjust to light, & when you brush the dirt around you uncover the fossils of an acoustic folk song."
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