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The best kept secret in music


"Broadfield Marchers - When the Lifted Connive"

By Mat Herron

When the Lifted Connive

Broadfield Marchers

Secretly Canadian


It takes about a nanosecond for you to realize brothers Mark and Dustin Zdobylak are catchy as head colds, with songs sweet enough to rot molars.

The brothers Zdobylak draw inspiration from the Beach Boys, Guided by Voices and the Bee Gees their first trip out. “Now the Truth” marinates in Beatle-esque revelry and urgent guitar progressions, while “Deliver the Fools” shimmers its way into Floyd-ian ambience.

Justin Carter’s opening drum fills to “Kingdom for Lions” are about as muscular as it gets, as the Marchers tread happily into mild and harmonious bliss. - Louisville Eccentric Observer (LEO)

"Introducing Broadfield Marchers"

Thursday, February 15, 2007
Introducing the Broadfield Marchers

All of us at the Rockist Society hold a tremendous amount of pride in where we're from, so each time a band from our home state starts making even the most minor waves, we tend to take an inordinate amount of interest. While the other Rockists have a fair claim to their home state being the (indie) rock capital of the country (not to mention blues, jazz, polka...), I can't quite claim the same wealth of resources. But Kentucky -- where I was born and raised -- has its share of groundbreaking country artists, is the birthplace of bluegrass, and also still has its share of quality of rock bands: Slint, My Morning Jacket, the Apples in Stereo (sorta), to name a few. You can now add the Broadfield Marchers to the list. Like a lo-fi version of the Who -- in other words, Guided by Voices, but with better harmonies -- they've just put out a new album on Secretly Canadian, When the Lifted Connive, and picked up a nice little review in the latest issue of Magnet. There's not much out there to read on these guys, so you'd be best served to go check out the Keith Moon drum swells that introduce "Kingdom of Lions" and the wistful, nearly ethereal "Harriet Nice", which sounds like the early Byrds sans 12-string jangle.

- Rockist Society Review


The Broadfield Marchers released their first full length album, "When the Lifted Connive," on October 24, 2006 through Secretly Canadian / St. Ives Records out of Bloomington, IN. The album is available on ITunes, Emusic and many other digital sites.


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The Broadfield Marchers are a power-trio from Louisville, KY, whose major influences include the Kinks, Beatles, Beach Boys, Big Star, Guided by Voices, and the Who. We are a young group of friends who have grown up together, listening to and appreciating the evolution of rock n’ roll music. For over five years, we have been writing and performing together, and want to share our sound with a larger audience.