Good Sheriff
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Good Sheriff

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Americana


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The Coyotes Wednesday, May 5 2010
San Diego transplants the Coyotes’ eclectic, brass-tinged approach to Americana is one of Seattle’s best-kept secrets. They’ve got all the right stuff: trippy, complex guitar riffage, an ear for dynamics, unorthodox instrumentation and – just for all the nerds out there — lyrics inspired by science fiction novels. While the band’s fusion of folk, psychedelia and jazz defies easy assimilation into one of Seattle’s sub-scenes, it is also the band’s greatest strength. Further fine-tuning couldn't hurt, but tracks like "Two Moons" and "Patience" (both of which are available on the band's MySpace page) speak much about the band's vast potential. With Hurricane Lanterns, Lady Krishna's Peppermint Lounge. SARA BRICKNER
Thu., May 6, 9 p.m., 2010
- Seattle Weekly


Still working on that hot first release.



Songwriter/ multi-instrumentalist Bryant Moore was challenged by Sneaky Thieves front man Freddy Bale to write an albums worth of material in the vein of Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska and record it in a similarly stripped down fashion. After scheduling conflicts arose, Bryant grew restless and realized his desire to try out the new material with a live band. Three phone calls later, Good Sheriff was born.