The Barking Owls VS The Reptilians: Repeat It Or Delete It – Week Fourteen
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This week, The Barking Owls from Kimberly, Idaho are back to take on The Reptilians.
First off meet “The Barking Owls” from Kimberly, Idaho:
The Barking Owls plays an original blend of music, drawing from pop, folk, rock, country, and bluegrass. The band’s diversity of styles is reflected in the variety of instruments used to support their literate hooks and vocal harmonies, including guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass, harmonica, and various percussive instruments. The Barking Owls is currently working on their first recording project.
The Barking Owls have a very cool sound and very unique. Which is why I think I enjoy their music so much. Actually, they pegged themselves as “Grunge-Grass.” Sounds like something illegal to me, but I like it!
“The Barking Owls” is a four-piece:
- Erik Wenninger vocals, guitar
- Andy Cluff banjo, mandolin, vocals
- Adam Crofts bass, upright bass, vocals
- Karl Sloth drums, percussion
- And the co-song writer, who shall remain name-less.
See them for yourselves…check out all their show dates here.
“The Barking Owls” interview:
Here’s “The Barking Owl’s” Song “Long Tall Country Boy”:
Up next, from Pocatello, please meet The Reptilians:
Meet the Band Members listed on their ReverbNation profile:
Members: Viktor Wilt- Guitar/Vocals, Steve McMichael- Drums, Joey Labato- Guitar Lord, Stevie Sheiza- Bass
I spoke with Viktor during my interview and Viktor and the rest of the band members are “true metal.” I get that. They site sounding like Tool, Opeth, Pantera, and Mastodon. Hard.
In addition to regularly performing throughout the northwest, The Reptilians are currently in the process of recording two new albums at The Aedicule Studio. They will be releasing their new single, “Britney Spears Sex Riot” in spring 2012 with the album “The Breakers” to soon follow.
Outside of The Reptilians, the members continue their efforts and contributions in Dr. Seuss is Dead, BoSoGa, and The Unread, as well as the ongoing operation of Spacnum Records, The Aedicule Studio, and the soon to be launched Spacnum Records Podcast, “JENKPOD”.
The cool thing about the Reptilians, which I also believe is very smart, is that they offer their music free of charge. Download their music for FREE Here.
During my interview with Viktor from the Reptilians, he goes into detail about their new album and the band itself. Check it out:
And here’s their music. This is The Reptilians with “”The Mentalist Part Three”:
- Tonight’s show (Wednesday, October 17th, 2012 at 7PM – after the BSU Coach’s show at 6PM) will re-air this Saturday (October 20th, 2012) at 6PM…after the BSU Football game.
- Voting closes at midnight on Monday, October 22nd.
- VOTE NOW!