Falcon Buddies
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Falcon Buddies

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"KTSW In-Studio Review"

“Just before embarking on a show tour of California, Falcon Buddies gave KTSW listeners a truly experimental live studio set.

A distinct guitar sound in addition to simple creativity in musical structure sets this progressive rock act apart from any other local group I’ve come across.

There aim to conjure depth in their songs becomes a unique experience to wrap your mind around.

The imaginative style of this group also deserves support for their improvisational skills which they displayed during our on-air session.

Still, this entertainment from the studio was only a warm-up as they went directly to play a show on the square. Watching Falcon Buddies jam for an up close and personal crowd was great. Again, they brought an intriguing performance and played with skill, and with the added dynamic of a keyboard.

Falcon Buddies are a band showing successful evolution in the experimental genre. Certainly, a San Marcos original.” - Ben Grimm - Host of KTSW "The Local Show"

"Travel By Magnet EP Review"

Travel By Magnet, is the first EP by experimental, progressive quartet Falcon Buddies, consisting of Dieter Geisler on keyboard/guitar/vocals, Morris Ramos on guitar, Ian Eskander on bass and Victor Tizoc Trevino on drums.

The album is truly a multi-instrumental art pop electronic explosion of psychedelic fuzzed-out garage rock which could easily be a blender frappe of Guided By Voices, Flaming Lips and Yeasayer.

"Bedsheets," begins with melodic piano and quickly escalates with serrated guitar riffs, swaggering bass, and light cymbal tapping. Geisler's vocals on this particular track draw similarities to Interpol's lead singer Paul Banks singing style but transforms through the progression of the EP.

"Skaldabeast," is a dreamy triumph of schizophrenic vision which evolves from mere chanting to a psychedelic precision of Geisler bellowing, "I don't want to be afraid of this anymore, I don't want to be afraid of this anymore. I don't want to be afraaaaid."

The last track entitled "To Red is Vain," is an 80% instrumental track which features what seems to be a whole band inclusion of vocals in "Ohhh ohhh ohhhhh ohhh" reiterated mid song. The track is suggestive of Yeasayer's 2080.

A great album to listen to while trying to gain inspiration for an unconventional painting or drawing. - http://www.newstreamz.com/


Travel By Magnet (12/08)




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