Fox And The Law is a blues-rock band from Seattle in the USA comprising Guy Keltner (Guitar / Vocals), Peter Williams (Guitar), Patrick Dougherty (Bass) and Dan O’Neil (Drums).
I find myself asking you to consider garage rock with tinctures of 70’s progressive rock as Fox And The Law rattle around the room. There is a raw energy that the quartet scrawl into the compositions, whilst a more melodic and meandering felt allows them to consider the spaces, however unlike the influences of decades gone by they do not get lost in a misanthrope of self indulgence as the sounds all connect directly with the listener.
Fox And The Law are able to distil the tracks and consequentially are able to offer their take in what often runs to under three minutes of conjecture, without missing an inference. Equally they can stretch the time-frame in excess of five minutes without loosing the attention of the audience.
The ever present thunderous percussion ensures the cart stays on the path and when it looks like straying the four string hammers it all back into line as the guitar prances like an unbroken horse and the vocal sits outside the ring in a time-shift. What makes for a remarkable conclusion is that Fox And The Law are able to turn all the disparate threads into a troupe of finely delivered compositions which keeps the audience enthralled.
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