The Hundredth Monkey

by The Mud Suns

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Jyri Straechav
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Jyri Straechav The Mud Suns sounds a bit like cross between Black Keys and obvious Rock influences. I can't really grasp which bands it reminds me of, but many a classic influence can be found in this music. It's a very nice listen, and surprisingly intense album at times. Favorite track: Something to Say.
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The Mud Suns debut album, The Hundredth Monkey. Recorded and engineered by Chadd Mattison while interning at The Soundscape Recording Studio in Royal Oak Michigan.

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released June 1, 2011

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The Mud Suns Chesaning, Michigan

When The Mud Suns finish performing live they leave the entire crowd wondering, "What the fuck just happened?" The Mud Suns (Chadd Mattison, Cole Mattison, and Kevin Kuchar) are a raw blend of vintage blues and hard rock, forging a new and unique sound that is both refreshing and invigorating to the tired listener of modern day music. ... more

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