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Launchpad [Issue #24]
Two Gallants:
By Mandana Beigi
Nothing to You (CD Alive)



Pulling their name from a James Joyce story, this San Franciscan duo began its journey a couple of years ago playing outside of the city’s public transportation terminals. Slowly developing a local fan base, Two Gallants managed to become one of the most popular homespun bands from San Francisco.

Childhood friends, Adam Stephens (guitar/vocals/harmonica) and Tyson Vogel (drums), are both tremendous artists in not only crafting great tunes, but also giving each song a life of its own at their live performances. In fact, much of the band’s recognition has been a result of their solid and energetic live gigs in California.

With this minimalist line-up, Two Gallants along with their guitar and drums add heavy volumes to a mix of blues and folk/punk. The sound is raw, but extremely creative and exciting. Rarely have I seen duos that complement each other so well in creating the perfect balance both on record and onstage.

Adam’s sharp vocals pierce through the various layers of their spunky melodies, giving you the satisfactory dose of madness to enjoy their music. With a dark yet romantic poetic charm and the music to back it up, it is easy to be mesmerized by this fiery, multidimensional band.

Nothing To You is the band’s first EP, featuring the re-mixed versions of “Nothing To You” and “Crow Jane” from their critically acclaimed debut, The Throes (2006). The album also includes two previously unreleased songs: “Sweet Baby Jesus” and “ Fall Hard to Regain (live).”

If you own or have listened to The Throes, the new EP is a must! If you have not, give them a listen and make sure to check them out live when they come to your town. This artistic duo has a good chance to continue on and survive through the test of time.

Nothing to You
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