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Brother Sister Hex

Denver, Colorado, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Denver, Colorado, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
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"Bandcamp Bonanza – Labor Of Love"

Brother Sister Hex – End Times
This one is literally just released and I found it while they had on pre-order with just a single. Personally I was sold on looking into the band based on the bands description and bio on their bandcamp page. It just sounded so appealing. Upon getting a copy of the entire album to listen, the description rang true and we had a winner. A little bit off the beaten path, but not too weird to scare anybody off.
If you like your garage rock plastered with black lights, disco balls, and bong smoke then Brother a Sister Hex welcome you inside with riffs wide open. The distortion inebriates by way of metrosexual blues resulting in a tasty riff-addled EP of grungy bliss. Quite arousing if you ask me. - Ripple Music Blog

"Quarterly Review: Nibiru, The Ditch and the Delta, Cyanna Mercury, Surya Kris Peters, Golden Bats, Blind Hen, The Black Wizards, Low Flying Hawks, Brother Sister Hex, Cold Insight"

Coherent songwriting rests at the core of what Denver’s Brother Sister Hex bring to their five-song third EP, End Times, which darkens up Queens of the Stone Age-circa-Songs for the Deaf vibing on its title-track (also a bit of Kyuss’ “El Rodeo” in there for good measure) before delving into more ambient fare on the centerpiece “Confessions.” Vocalist/guitarist Colfax Mingo demonstrates SubRosa-style vocal command there, but the context is more rock-based, uptempo and straightforward as she, guitarist Patrick Huddleson, bassist Drew Hicks and guest-drummer Jordan Palmer (Plastic Daggers) meld traditionalist structures with atmospheric moodiness. Opener “Hey” offers a suitable greeting through hook and groove, and the shuffle of “Sweet and Sleazy” and the rumbling fuzz (Hicks makes it a highlight) of closer “News Feed” wraps with another grunge-style QOTSA melody efficiently drawn, shouting the question “what have we done?” as it thuds into its second half. Uh, you’ve made a professional-sounding, excellently-constructed EP that shows you’re more than ready to embark on a debut full-length, permanent drummer or no. So yeah, get on that. - The Obelisk

"Album Review: End Times by Brother Sister Hex"

Brother Sister Hex, who hail from Denver, have recently released their 3rd EP, entitled End Times. The band plays a blues influenced, stoner rock style, and is one of the better bands that I have heard from Denver. The band is made up of members Colfax Mingo on Vocals and Guitar, Patrick Huddleson on Guitar, Drew Hicks on Bass and drummer Jordan Palmer. Each of these musicians is extremely talented, and put in some excellent performances in the studio whilst making this album.

The opening track, “Hey”, has a very bluesy feel to it. The guitars have a nice groove going on; meanwhile, the bass and drums hold everything down perfectly. Colfax Mingo has a great vocal style, and it really adds a nice feel to each of the five songs on End Times. This is the best track on the album in my opinion.

The title track is up next, and is another blisteringly great song. I love the guitars after the first verse, and they remind me of The Doors’ Robbie Krieger in tone, and playing. The entire band is on point with this one, and it is probably my second favorite on the album. There’s a riff that comes in at the 3:11 mark that is just fantastic!!!!

“News Feed” is another brilliant song, and serves as the closer to this killer EP. Lyrically, this song takes a jab at our society’s fascination with their Newsfeed. “The bathroom wall is cleaner than my newsfeed, Take it all in and watch my eyes bleed” is the most truthful thing I’ve heard recently. Just look at your Facebook Newsfeed and tell me those lines are wrong, you can’t, I’m sure of it because neither can I.

Brother Sister Hex is a band that everyone should check out, and dig into the lyrics because they all have a meaningful point to them. End Times is 5 songs of excellent, well-written material, and I actually wish it was longer than just 5 tracks. So, I’ll leave you some links, and you’ll go check them out!! Enjoy!!!!!! - Fuzzy Heavy

"Brother Sister Hex Release End Times EP Tomorrow; Streaming in Full Now"

Tomorrow marks the release date of Denver, Colorado, heavy rockers Brother Sister Hex‘s new EP, End Times. The release is streaming in full now via Bandcamp — you can hear it below — and follows two prior “sessions” EPs issued in 2016 and 2015. End Times, which the band led into with the title-track as an initial single, is my first exposure to the band, but their high-desert-style rock is right when it nods toward Queens of the Stone Age as an influence. A little Songs for the Deaf is almost always good for the soul, at least in my experience. Definitely some of that vibe here. - The Obelisk


End Times (EP)



Brother Sister Hex's heavy garage rock sound will will bring to mind touches of the down-tuned, dusty, swampy vibes of desert, stoner, and sludge rock; combined with the bluesy rawness and attitude of the 21st century garage rock revival. Bolstered with the grungy, noisy, fuzzy tones of early 90s alternative and the layered, moody and enigmatic sound of Radiohead.

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