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The Endangered EP

May 22, 2012 | Format: MP3

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By W. Jones on October 20, 2013
Format: MP3 Music
This album is fantastic. The performances are extremely polished - but so heart felt! I don't have any idea how I happened on this album, but this short effort is one of my favorite finds this year.
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By Jalyn on October 31, 2013
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IF YOU LOVE SOUL MUSIC BUY THIS! DOPE. Anybody can connect to this. love it! Can't wait for the next EP!
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I was getting gas a couple of weeks ago when I saw this falcon pursue a sea gull for about five minutes. It was pretty amazing simply because that was about as close as a confirmed city guy like me comes to seeing nature’s primal life and death struggle unfold before my eyes -- unless I’m watching Animal Planet. There was a time when falcons were plentiful in North Central Indiana. But, they’ve been endangered in urban areas like South Bend for a long time. We have raptors in South Bend these days because a bunch of nature lovers reintroduced them about 20 years ago.

The soul/rock/funk and pop band The Endangered got me thinking about the concept of endangered species. A band selects a name such as The Endangered for a reason. Their reason for choosing the name is that they believe something about the modern music industry’s ecosystem makes their brand of music and musical philosophy an endangered species.

Of course, Maiya Sykes, Nick Block, Frank Abraham and Gene Coye won’t be the first musicians to believe they’ve been marginalized by the industry. Jazz musicians can write the book on that. Doth they protest too much? Perhaps. Sites such as this one attest to the fact that there are a lot of artists making good music. However, there aren’t too many places where high quality music like The Endangered can be heard, on terrestrial radio anyway.

While it might be difficult for The Endangered to break through the pop music clutter and be heard, their new self-titled EP reveals a quartet with a lot of good things to say. The five tracks on The Endangered are marked by their quality and diversity. The tracks are well-written both from a lyrical and music composition standpoint.
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