DGO Magazine: Downtown Lowdown
by Bryant Liggett
“You Only Live Twice” showcases the depth of the band members, a collection of folk and rock from a band with multiple singers and songwriters. It may hint at bluegrass because of the banjo playing of Figora, but the song structure, tempo and timing owes more to bands like Fruition, or even alt-country acts like Jackpot or Mulehead, than it does to Bill Monroe. It’s a record appealing to the acoustic, folk or jam crowd, but void of the fluff. It’s got enough weirdness in it that it’s favorable to indie rock fans that may also dig into a dash of weird electric folk, a strong representation from a band that has members that can wear different musical hats.
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