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Whirring

From the Album The Big Roar
June 20, 2012 | Format: MP3

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By William Merrill VINE VOICE on March 24, 2011
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This band was great at SXSW last week. I also saw that for a relatively new band, they've already built up a pretty dedicated fan following. There were several people singing along to every word of this song. The band was new to me, although I'd seen a buzz piece in RS. Anyway, this album/ studio version of "Whirring" can't completely capture the vast energy that singer & guitarist Ritzy Bryan brings to every song, but it comes close. In particular, the song builds to a loud and tumultuous ending that feels like being caught in the wake of a jet engine, and that happens both here and in concert.
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This was up as a freebie on amazon a week ago. I was scanning all the freebies very quickly, only giving each song about 3-4 seconds before moving on (lest I stay up all nite, as I am wont to do). This was one of those that grabbed me immediately. I hit "download," extracted it for iTunes with all the other songs and let it sit for a couple days. Later I went and listened to it and it's just one of those songs that starts off incredible and ONLY GETS BETTER! ...where halfway into the song'you're like "I can't believe this is THIS good," and then it progressively gets better and more intense. It has a bit of everything; melody, passion, intensity, double-pedal bass drum bits as it crescendoes toward the spirally conclusion - you name it, this one song has it. Give it a listen.
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It's a good song to start with but it kind of goes off on a wild tangent and ends up being much longer than it should be. I always end up skipping it before it's over because I'm just ready for it to end.
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I've only heard about them like about 3 months ago when I saw somebody post a link to their mv of "Cradle", but I immediately liked them. It may not be everybody's favorite genre of music, but it is definitely worth a listen (especially since it's free). I'm glad Amazon gives out songs like these every once in a while to give bands like these exposure. If you like The Joy Formidable, I recommend listening to the band A Company of Thieves. Incidentally, I found out about that band through an itunes free song of the week.
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