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“The latest four song EP from this Vancouver singer is a much funkier affair than 2016’s Crazy Beautiful.  
Elements of classic seventies New York proto punk find their way into the angular grooves of Sunset Daddy and the sinewy bass lines in BLOOD.
According to the band bio some of the, at times, explosive quality in the songs comes courtesy of 17 year-old guitarist Max Evans.
Mentored by the Blue Dirt Girl trio, the young player lays down some really sharp licks on all the songs, with I Don’t Mind a particular standout.”

Link to Stuart Derdeyn’s review here.
Listen to “Nothing is as it was” here.

Thanks to Stuart Derdeyn for including all of Kathryn’s music releases in his Vancouver Sun reviews from her duo art pop band, Push3’s “Blue Chair”, Blue Dirt Girl’s first album Crazy Beautiful and her latest “Nothing is as it was” EP release.


Push3’s “Blue Chair”CD’s – 7$.
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