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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Burrowss to Release Get Scary EP Tonight with a Show at 2720 Cherokee

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It's the title track that throws the biggest, juiciest curveball -- "Get Scary" starts out with spare drums and twangy guitar lines lifted from old Viva Voce records. At four-and-a-half minutes, the song is twice as long as almost every song on the program. Luckily, not one of those precious seconds is wasted, as the song moves from blues to arena rock to psych and back again. It's proof that while Burrowss has somewhat settled into a usable groove on this new EP, the band hasn't pigeonholed itself into anything stifling. 

Get Scary Release Show Wednesday July 10, 2720 Cherokee 9PM CaveofswordS 10pm Cult & Leper 11PM Adelyn Rose 12AM Burrowss

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