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"Drinking songs for the New World Order"
"Now I understand why they kept calling me ‘Mr. Sunshine.’ I’m crestfallen." –The Rakish Cad
"Clever and sharp, intelligent without being preachy, dyslextasy puts an original spin on everyday things that has me smiling like a mofo. ''Mr. Sunshine'' is the hilarious tale of an unwanted asshole at somebody''s party. It''s dead-on and fun as all get out and is a perfect example of how these guys wryly just nail it. Musically, dyslextasy mixes it up a bit, rocking out here, smoothly cruising along there, but it''s always a great complement to their lyrics, which is really the strength of this band. There''s also a fair amount of boozy hijinks on ''Live. Die. Repeat.'', and as a habitual drunkard, I really appreciate that." – Ben Hunter, Askew Reviews
"Hard and raw, no messing Rock that grinds and slides like a steam roller or a heavy ice smoothing machine. There''s no escaping this sound so let it roll over you" - JAWZ, https://www.tradebit.com
Dyslextasy is a Seattle-based band, sitting at the intersection of rock, punk and garage. The idea for dyslextasy has been kicking around for about 3 years, but never got off the ground -- until now. The guys in the band have known each other for 10 years, and have been in and out of bands together over the years. They kept talking about putting together a killer band based on a shared rock-n-roll vision/manifesto. Then, in October 2007, a bunch of things fell into place and the band was finally formed. By the end of November, they had recorded their debut EP, "Live. Die. Repeat.", which will be released in early 2008 on Seattle indie label, Urban Cheese Records.
The band is hell-bent on bringing the fun back into rock, and prove that it''s still cool to be a party rock band with a conscience. They also believe in delivering the best live show possible. The band is currently booking shows around the greater Seattle area in support of the release of "Live. Die. Repeat."
A full-length record is also in the works, which will be released sometime in the middle of 2008.
They hope to see you at one of their shows.
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