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Po' Brothers

Seattle, WA | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | SELF

Seattle, WA | SELF
Established on Jan, 2010
Band Alternative Garage Rock


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"Introducing the Po' Brothers, Wow"

"Introducing the Po Brothers, Wow:
College Rock/Indie rock, whatever, I hate putting titles on music. It's just fargin music! Whatever it is, it's some pretty good sounding tuneage. Po Brothers is an indie rock band from Southern Indiana devoted to rockin' and having a good time. Their young ages (22-24) belie their talent, as these grooves seem as though they should have been penned by individuals much older. It's funky, trippy, beautiful, rockin', bluesy, modern, gritty, progressive, all o' the above. Fun stuff.
"Feel It Coming" is a cool hippie-ish tune that kicks butt. Energetic and rockin'. The chorus is interesting, as the band adds a jazzy breakdown that just works. This music rocks! I like these guys already on the first song. And this is another band I don't know of/barely heard of, and they are friggin good. I'm loving the musicianship on here. The guitars are classic and rockin' in a funky, sweet tone sorta way. Cool vocals from Collin Curry! He has a great voice and can hit some very nice high notes. Excellent. I can't wait to see these guys live. I bet it wails. The guys say this band was thrown together on a whim, and it seemed to click so they made it a full time project that they all love very much. The recording sounds great, too. "Gone" is a mellow ride through the dark, with the cool lyrics and sweet guitars with effects. It's laid back and trippy. Maybe a little too slow of a song for some, but I like slow music. I'm very impressed. I'm glad my friend Angel Hall introduced me to these guys. This song is epic. The vocals are awesome on this song, as are the guitar fills. At the end the guys go off a bit and let loose. "Said Too Much" is a bluesy rock song in the Aerosmith vein, with a classic rock sound. This is their most bluesy one yet. I like the other two songs better, but this is still good old-fashioned rock.
"Fall Into Me" starts off with clean, effects-driven guitar parts that sound great. Very creative and melodic, in my opinion. Catchy lyrics and melody, too. The guitars of Collin Curry and the lead guitar of Cody Plaiss work great together. Nice tone. Some of the clean trippy riffs remind me of Eighties guitar riffs, but in a British sort of way. Oasis meets Duran Duran! The band uses their well. They know exactly what they want in production, and it is good. This is another great band that should be on the road, playing city after city. They would do very well on the jam band/trippy acid/college music circuit. The talent level is off the charts here in a grungy garage band gone huge sort of way. This is my first time hearing Po Brothers and I'm a fan now, so I suggest you check out these young rockin' hipsters!
They got something special here, a Beatles/Duran Duran-ish, dreamy, laid-back, soothing sound that you can't but help like. Even to an old school metalhead like me! So that must tell you something!
You can see them on Friday November 18th at Rock For Kosair VII at Phoenix Hill Tavern.

-Eddy Metal- - Louisville Music News

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Po' Brothers (self titled) - released March of 2015



Po’ Brothers are a four piece alternative rock band based out of Seattle, Washington. Short for Poor Brothers, they got their name from hosting multiple house shows in their flooded and bare basement. After more than 5 years of playing together and after a tour that saw them living out of a short bus, they’ve honed in a sound that’s been described as a mix of Blind Melon and Black Crowes. Collin Curry, Cody Plaiss, Jacob Naville, and Cody DeCant have traveled from coast to coast playing dive bars, small town pubs, dirty venues, radio stations, house parties, and old theaters. Their songs range from slow and groovy to discordant and funky. Known for their mix of many different styles of music and for their fun fueled live shows, they exude a relatability and a haphazardness that harkens back to the bands we know and love from the early 90’s.

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