Sundown - Just as the name suggests their music is a smoldering psychedelic blues toying with a far-off horizon with a slow-burning and soft-buzzing underbelly that could be likened to sawdust shoegaze theatrics. Still the songs of TK Webb - what drive Sundown - seem too natural, to comfortable, to merely chalk them up to roadhouse saloons with Swervedriver on the jukebox. TK Webb knows his way around a stage, around a tub-thump, around a floor-stomp, around a journeyman's cadence. You'd think he was born with a beer bottle in his crib and a pocket full of sorrow. You'd think by now, after gigging in various acts in New York City, be it with the Visions, Phantom Parade, or as a solo artist, he could migrate to Columbus, Ohio and act in the role of jaded huckster, the snake-oil salesman, but instead he dug his nails into the bar again and adjusted himself to the local color. The hues of Columbus are as varied as they come, but Webb gravitated towards a motley bunch, namely dudes who pride themselves on an encyclopedic knowledge of Krautrock, Lomax folk and well-worn copies of Tape-Op.
Life's Too Long
If I Go Down
Forever This Far
Sunday the 13th
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