DIRTY FENCES Faux Ferocious, Dumb Beach

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Dirty Fences from New York City sling '70s street-level punk rock & roll. Tommy Ramone beat. Harmonies. Tons of vocals. From fast slasher power pop tunes to country ballads to Eddie Cochran style parents­just­dont­understand sex rock and roll, they know their stuff and have a lot of fun with it.

Faux Ferocious is a Nashville based rock and roll quartet that combines blistering punk-rock simplicity, Spector-worthy hooks, and a whatever-it-takes production approach to create songs that are short, infectious, and razor sharp. With vocal and guitar duties split between dueling frontmen Jonathan Phillips and Terry Kane, and a rhythm section held down by bassist Dylan Palmer and drummer Reid Cummings, Faux Ferocious creates a infectious brand of mock-punk both on stage and in the studio. The disheveled anarchy of their live shows leaves an immediate impression as a blink-and-it's-over run of songs form perfectly mismatched waves of precision and drunken confusion. Faux Ferocious is an inspiring fuzz-driven alt-pop group that shows kinship with bands like Wavves, Ty Segall, and Best Coast while expertly walking the tightrope between noise and beauty.

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HISTORY Slowdown began as an idea to start a rock club in the fall of 2000. And a fairly simple idea at that. After living in...