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Ferocious Few
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"The guitar-and-drums duo first gained notice busking on the street in their hometown of San Francisco, and they set up shop in Austin one evening in front of a hot dog stand several blocks north of the Sixth Street main drag. For a two-man band playing outside, the Ferocious Few manufactured a surprising depth of sound. The left-handed singer-guitarist Francisco Fernandez deployed a cheap amplifier to get a distorted ambience, while Daniel Aguilar bashed away on his drum kit with brushes, his hands and even a tambourine. But the group's best asset was Fernandez's voice, a shellshocked croon that conveyed the sort of wide-eyed fear of the almighty that the Band used to conjure 40 years ago."

-- New York Times blog "Best of SXSW"


"This lo-fi thunder is a scrappy working-class kind of blues-rock similar to Ike Reilly. It's visceral music, born of callused-hand and school of hard knocks experience. You've gotta live it to play it! I've suffered through over 31 years of stupid, joke bands in the Bay area and can count on one hand the few outstanding ones. The Ferocious Few would be the middle finger. This is the album to grab when you're in the mood to be revved up. As a betting man, I'll wager "Juices" is the best debut album of 2010 only 4 months in."

-- Blurt


"Weighing in at 15 tracks scattered over just about 35 minutes, every second of Juices radiates the kind of booze-soaked, scrappy, ultra-lo-fi aura that feels like it's not so much delivered on a CD as it is sent rattling all the way to your ears from a street corner in the band's native San Francisco."

-- Popmatters.com