Brothers Quetico | folk art is the new regular art

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folk art is the new regular art

by Brothers Quetico

“In true punk tradition, the Brothers cover 9 songs in 25 minutes, traversing a grizzly terrain of grandly intelligible progressions and sentimental vocal harmonies that recalls a restless simplicity.” -Dom Davis, Culture Bully
Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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1. Hang
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2. Quasi-legal Murder Wagon
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3. Folk Art Is the New Regular Art
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4. Treat For Shock
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5. Thrifter
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6. Tubes
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7. Dr. Europe
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8. Second-rate Bad Lands
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9. Above It or in It
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“For me, the band's most effective element is the sharp manipulation of melody, leaving brilliant little musical outbursts stuck in your head long after you thought you'd already moved on...it's nice to see a band deliver the quick fix and still recognize the importance of developing... the album as a whole."
-Chris Jensen, Rift Magazine

“In true punk tradition, the Brothers cover 9 songs in 25 minutes, traversing a grizzly terrain of grandly intelligible progressions and sentimental vocal harmonies that recalls a restless simplicity..”
-Dom Davis, Culture Bully

“I'll just risk pigeonholing them as indie-folk, though once, while somewhat intoxicated, I called them indie barbershop folk prog... but... hmm, actually that's a better description..”
a fan, Evan Burke, on his blog

"I could go on and on about how Brothers Quetico pushes and kicks at the edges of an acoustic-driven swampiness with a fluid and nimble musical grace that’s equal parts noise-rock and jug band."
-Steve McPherson, Music Editor
Pulse Magazine

"Wow, I never had heard of this band, and this recording is amazing. These guys play it dirty, jazzy, folky and really put out something that sounds very different.”
-Rich Horton, Publisher Rift
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