Fox and The Law
Hobosexual, Panama Gold & Sundries
"There was a time when every band in Seattle was as brash and ragged as Fox and the Law. This young quartet led by charismatic, axe-wielding frontdude Guy Keltner is all leather jackets, sweaty brows and big blues-rock riffs. They explode onstage."
"On their self-titled EP, Fox and the Law demonstrate two distinct facets of their sound, moving from bare-bones punk to slowed-down garage-rock blues (unsurprisingly, singer and guitarist Guy Keltner calls Jack White his “hero”) over the course of four songs. The one constant? Big riffs, which go along with technical proficiency that belies that the group’s relative youth."
"an intoxicating Seattle band with a blues twist like a lemon wedge on the rim of an electric lemonade...For those still seeking solace in late-night, smoky bars hoping to catch a whiff of the next 'big thing', keep an ear to the ground for Fox and the Law’s future. If the EP indicates a forthcoming full-length, this band could well propel itself out of the garage."
“Do you like ‘garage’ bands? I don’t. Do you like garage bands that actually know how to write songs and play their instruments? Let me introduce you to some friends of mine, Fox and The Law. I currently hold the opinion that they ‘rock.’ Seattle ‘garage bands’ bring your notebook This is how it’s done right. Stop sending me crappy recordings of your boring songs. Thanks.”