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The Stone Foxes (from the album On the Other Side available as a self-release) (by Bryant Liggett)
The Stone Foxes carry a lot of descriptor cards. Indie, Blues, and Electric Roots are all apt identifiers of sound, and it would be fair to nod to their hometown of San Francisco when tossing a little Psychedelic Rock into the mix. Psychedelic in 2022 is, however, a far cry from the Rock music in the Summer of Love, where the accents were a party favor and not an ingredient within the sound. The Stone Foxes latest, On the Other Side, does a little dance around the 2022 Psych Rock world of fuzz and power-chords while also plunging into the aforementioned genres, balancing all of them and then some with musical ease.
There’s also a hard Indie Pop flair courtesy of album opener “Faded (Bye Bye Baby)”, a cut that rolls into “Help Me Now” where angelic backing vocals add a slight touch of Gospel. “Mans’s Red Fire” is a cut with wonderful, introductory theatrics, there’s a great, club and dance vibe within “Norah Jones” and “Say My Name” is a blast of desert noir, where the psychedelic melodies become a mysterious score.
Album closer in “Time Is a Killer” is the perfect, anthemic song to describe the band. It’s a fun, fist pumper with trippy leanings, a cut that would sell the band to millions that would be perfect in a club or even blowing up a stadium Rock show. Which on an album like On the Other Side loaded with hooks and potential hits is where The Stone Foxes could be headed. (by Bryant Liggett)
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