Onward comes DBUK, emerging with the follow up to their first release (Songs One Through Eight). DBUK consists of the four core members of Denver's Slim Cessna's Auto Club, Munly J Munly, Slim Cessna, Lord Dwight Pentacost and Rebecca Vera. SCAC have spent the last two decades honing a lethal mix of country blues, gospel shouting, rock & roll and folk, becoming one of the best-known, critically acclaimed bands to rise from the musical community that brought us 16 Horsepower and Wovenhand. DBUK exists on it's own musical plane. On Songs Nine Through Sixteen, haunting, warped murder ballads come with a louche, anti-spiritual cast. Limerence and longing co-exist with casual cruelty in compositions that feature a remarkable amount of detail of the natural world; they often begin sparingly, building into an ecstatic reverberation of instruments and voices. Reverb and shake rattles abound, lending a spaghetti western vibe on songs written by Munly, whose dark humor fills the record lest anyone mistake the menace for malice.
Bonnie Clyde, The Big-Bull-Hen Of The Women's Prison
From The Estate Of John Denver
In San Francisco Bay
The Misrepresentation Of The Thompson Gun
It's Killing Me
And God Bless You
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