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Gig Alerts: Bottle Up And Go

Monday, January 25, 2010

Bottle Up And Go
"Rather Be Dead"
Playing at: The Studio at Webster Hall
(125 E. 11th St., East Village)
Get: Tickets FREE | Directions

When you think of blues, you probably don't think of private liberal arts colleges in Connecticut, but that's exactly where the indie blues band Bottle Up And Go was born. After meeting on the campus of Wesleyan University, Keenan Mitchell and Fareed Sajan formed a duo of raw guitar and drums and started playing muddy, down-home blues with a 21st century indie twist. On this angry track, lead singer Mitchell howls through heavy reverb about giving up, nicely rounded out by Sajan's crashing drums and the addition of some gritty saxophone.

NOTE: This song contains explicit lyrics.


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Comments [1]

Sasha from Canada

Bloody Brilliant! keep em coming ......head is spinning.....luv ya...

Feb. 25 2010 12:42 PM

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