And The Revellers Fell
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And The Revellers Fell


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"Top Ten Song For December"

Jump My Mind was one of the more impressive tracks in a very competitive month, receiving a Top Ten Runner Up for December

- GARY ALLEN (Drummer for The Charlie Daniels Band, JJ Cale, Stonewall Jackson, The Jets) - Music City Beat

"Review of And The Revellers Fell"

"The band has only been around for a little over a year but is already making some noises that nod towards the ambiguous 'alt-country' tag. More pertinently, they remind me of songs by great artists like Screaming Trees and Magnolia Electric Co. No mean feat and some lofty company to keep, at least in my little corner of the musical universe.
"Of the songs that we do have to explore, "Jump My Mind" is the most immediate and upbeat. The guitars retain that acoustic Western twang required to identify Americana, whilst also giving an alt-rock feel which is backed up by the Bob Mould-isms that occassionally pop up in the vocals.
Moving onto my favoured "Unrelenting," the tempo slows and a more sombre side of the band emerges. This one in particular feels close to the work of Jason Molina, again with the tight guitar picking weaving underneath the plaintive singing. "Tight" walks a neat path between the two, offering a positive message with a slow, lilting melody. Critically, the songs stay with you and leave you wanting more.

I'm sure to be writing more about these fellas and it's nice to be looking forward to something built of my own mind's hype, rather than that of the web. I just wonder how long they're going to make me wait for a full disc of this stuff?!" Heavier-Than-Air blogspot - Heavier Than Air

"The Starving Artists Guide Podcast"

And The Revellers Fell was featured in Podcast #12 of The Starving Artists Guide. Link below:
- The Starving Artists GUide

"2nd Place in Gary Allen Songwriting Competition"

What a great month of new songs. Picking a winner from this bunch was harder than Chinese arithmetic! You can see the rankings The Top 3 in order are:
1. Backline
2. And The Revellers Fell
3. Cabin Fever

-Editor of The Music City Beat
Gary Allen (The Charlie Daniels Band/JJ Cale) - Gary Allen & JJ Cale


Self-released Demonstration.

1. Unrelenting
2. Jump My Mind
3. Why Can't You
4. Tight

"Jump My Mind" receives airplay from several online radio shows., including iRADIO LA, the largest internet radio station, Radio Crystal Blue, and others.

"Why Can't You?" was featured on Starving Artist's Guide Podcast in May of 2009.



JJ Deiso started the post punk band UDET with drummer Scotty Imp, developing an articulate, highly syncopated rhythm section over 5 years. Then the duo left their guitarist and Deiso began playing acoustic guitar and adopting a post-Americana style incorporating his blues, jazz, and country background he acquired while living in New Orleans. The duo eventually teamed up with Radian Records artist Lola Johnson, whose blues -with-a jazz teardrop style complimented Deiso's style well. During an early gig as a trio, a dancing fan approached the stage demanding a bass player. Julian Woolsey has been playing bass for the band ever since.

And The Revellers Fell play acoustic-based Urban Americana that features lively instrumental interplay, down-home, two-man vocal harmonies, spacious arrangements, and rigorous rhythm playing, in grooving odd meters that drummer Imp makes sound even again.