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Blitzen Trapper's eclectic sound has old-time, indie influences

'We'll go from guitar and three-part harmony to heavy, heavy noise, to riff rock,' Eric Earley (front) says of his band's shows. "We'll go from guitar and three-part harmony to heavy, heavy noise, to riff rock," Eric Earley (front) says of his band's shows. (JADE HARRIS)
By Sarah Tomlinson
Globe Correspondent / March 25, 2008

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LOS ANGELES - A Blitzen Trapper show is like a mash-up, one of those cheeky club remixes that blends Destiny's Child and Nirvana to surprising and sublime effect. During a freewheeling set at the Troubadour here in February, the sextet evokes styles as far-flung as Americana and heavy metal. (Full article: 772 words)

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