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TURCHI RELEASES CAN’T BURY YOUR PAST ON APRIL 22, 2014
American Songwriter Premieres “Take Me Back Home” here.Download Press Release
“This is why they call it the dirty south.”
"Beyond traditional genre constraints…reaching for a sound that is pushing the boundaries of Hill Country tradition." - The Oxford American
“For all their communion with the past, TURCHI sounds vital, alive, and essential--a modern band.” – Living Blues
"TURCHI’s mindset and loose, fall-off-the-bone guitar grooves spiritually trace to somewhere down in the land of Burnside, Kimbrough, and Kenny Brown…these juke-joint-jammers always keep it murky and muddy while recounting doing it in the dirt, imparting violence, pondering death, and then doing it in the dirt some more." - Bluesrag Magazine
Western North Carolina-based TURCHI releases their second full-length studio album on Devil Down Records (Redeye Distribution) April 22, 2014—led by frontman Reed Turchi’s slide guitar fuzz and hard-edged vocals, Can’t Bury Your Past is a culmination of the trio’s own “kudzu boogie,” the grimy-Memphis-motel saxophone of Art Edmaiston (JJ Grey and Mofro, Bo-Keys), soul-infused B3-organ and keyboards from Anthony Farrell (Greyhounds, JJ Grey and Mofro), the Billy Cox-meets-Talking Heads bass style of Andrew Hamlet, and the rock-steady Bonham-esque beats laid down by drummer Cameron Weeks.
Stream and share the lead track, “Take Me Back Home” here.
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