Chub (Cedar Fever)
Reviewed by Austin Powell, Fri., May 22, 2009
The GaryChub (Cedar Fever)
Recalling the hardened moments of Uncle Tupelo's locally produced final outing, 1993's Anodyne, the Gary's debut EP is a strong, dependable, and at times compelling collection of flatland rock & roll. While not exactly revelatory, the confidence of singer Dave Norwood lends itself well to the desperation in opener "Expiration" and the blue-collar appeal of "Damn Machines" and "I May Have a Drink."
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