Deezy & the Brobots
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Deezy & the Brobots

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF
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"C.D. On Songs: Deezy and the Brobots- "Gimmie""

Is there any way that you should not like a band called Deezy & The Brobots? Absolutely not. This is an excellent band name in that you instantly like them (or at least want to see them) the second you hear it. Well, friends, you're going to have to wait, but not too long - they're playing in probably around 12 hours at the Midway Cafe with Natalie Smith and Tumbleweed Company. Lucky you, eh?

For a song so lyrically demanding, "Gimmie" has a rather patient and methodical sounding musical presence. The ascending chord progression climbs up its ladder calmly and coolly, urged on by the reassuring gesturing of the ringy-dingy lead that waits at the top of said tonal ladder.

Vocalist Deezy Youngdahl (yes, from the band name) has a sure-footed and confident presence amongst the electronic and acoustic sounds of the Brobots (the other guys must be the Brobots, I assume, whether this makes an ass of u or me). Youngdahl's vocal timbre is pleasing and strong - she has the vocal ability to not only hit the notes but play with them a bit, like a confident gunslinger that gives a little flourish after hitting the target dead center.

"Gimmie" is, as one might guess, an insistent song. Most of the words seem to be some combination or variation of "I" and "want." Being as such, there is a definite point - by the end of the point, the listener is fairly brow-beaten and ready to send away for a new pony/iPad/Jaguar for Deezy and however many Brobots there may be. Is it repetitive? Sure - but it declares and supports the vibe of the song perfectly, creating a one-song character that is well-created and well-stated. -


A Puppy And A Baby EP- 2009



Deezy & the Brobots had their start in early 2008, when four friends decided to get together and play some of Deezy's music. What started out as a mellow, acoustic sound changed over the years into a show-stopping act of angsty indie-rock. Deezy Y. on vocals and guitar, Alex Mojaverian on drums, and Aaron Gentry on lead guitar, and Pete Iannitto on bass guitar make up the four-piece that is Deezy & the Brobots. Influenced by 90s grunge and early 2000's revival rock, Deezy & the Brobots are often referred to as a quirky, unique sound with a hint of Weezer. Currently, the Brobots are playing shows around Massachusetts and are about to embark on recording their second EP.