Written by Joshua Macala
Sundogs “Legends In Their Own Minds” – Music Review

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“Growing up, in my teenage years and such, I went to a lot of punk rock shows. I always thought it was strange how back from the 1990’s into what is now that music has changed so much. Flyers and just word of mouth got me to see a lot of great bands and there was just this vibe I don’t think people care as much about today. I don’t know how to explain it, but it’s this culture I think a lot of new music lacks.

Sundogs take me back to a time before I was born, a time which I only really have read about and seen in movies.   At first, “Fallen Hero” reminds me of Soul Asylum, who I’ve seen live before, and specifically their “Let Your Dim Light Shine” album as this just has that Americana feel to it with a little bit of Tom Petty (If you were into cheesy jokes you could say it was a little Petty)

But then we turn into these pianos, driving guitars and then “Snowman” has this rambling guitar with hints of blues like The Doors and once we go down that path we don’t really seem to look back.   There are some horns and it’s just cool and smooth, going from that somewhat less old sound (Soul Asylum) to what is just commonly referred to now as classic rock.”

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