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Brother Adams

Almost Alive At Front Street

2015-03-24

Almost Alive At Front Street has a raw, live sound. Produced by the Holland, MI locals that make up Brother Adams, this debut release features 7 original tracks. The three-piece indie band blends folk rock, alternative, and country with an eclectic selection of instruments into an acquired taste. Brother Adams has a focus on energy, attitude, and aggressive playing familiar to folk and “gypsy style” music. Occasionally dark but overall bumping, jiving and strong.

Reviewed by Ben Steer.

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