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Those Bastard Souls

About Those Bastard Souls

This wonderfully incestuous project features an all-star cast of musicians: Michael Tighe from Jeff Buckley's band on guitar, Matt Fields from Red Red Meat on bass, ex-Dambuilders Kevin March on drums and Joan Wasser on violin, and frontman/project visionary Dave Shouse from the Grifters on guitar and vocals. Those Bastard Souls' music is Lo-Fi in production and full of pedal-to-the-metal, rocking blues riffs. Their emotional country songs go for the jugular with soaring, passionate, dislocated lyrics and angular guitar feedback.

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Those Bastard Souls

This wonderfully incestuous project features an all-star cast of musicians: Michael Tighe from Jeff Buckley's band on guitar, Matt Fields from Red Red Meat on bass, ex-Dambuilders Kevin March on drums and Joan Wasser on violin, and frontman/project visionary Dave Shouse from the Grifters on guitar and vocals. Those Bastard Souls' music is Lo-Fi in production and full of pedal-to-the-metal, rocking blues riffs. Their emotional country songs go for the jugular with soaring, passionate, dislocated lyrics and angular guitar feedback.

About Those Bastard Souls

This wonderfully incestuous project features an all-star cast of musicians: Michael Tighe from Jeff Buckley's band on guitar, Matt Fields from Red Red Meat on bass, ex-Dambuilders Kevin March on drums and Joan Wasser on violin, and frontman/project visionary Dave Shouse from the Grifters on guitar and vocals. Those Bastard Souls' music is Lo-Fi in production and full of pedal-to-the-metal, rocking blues riffs. Their emotional country songs go for the jugular with soaring, passionate, dislocated lyrics and angular guitar feedback.

About Those Bastard Souls

This wonderfully incestuous project features an all-star cast of musicians: Michael Tighe from Jeff Buckley's band on guitar, Matt Fields from Red Red Meat on bass, ex-Dambuilders Kevin March on drums and Joan Wasser on violin, and frontman/project visionary Dave Shouse from the Grifters on guitar and vocals. Those Bastard Souls' music is Lo-Fi in production and full of pedal-to-the-metal, rocking blues riffs. Their emotional country songs go for the jugular with soaring, passionate, dislocated lyrics and angular guitar feedback.