Carving out a path in the space between bands like Cream and The White Stripes, Stovepipes puts forth a sound that hearkens back to their predecessors while pushing into a realm definitively their own. Based in the arctic tundra that is Fargo-Moorhead, the four-piece consists of Alex Phelps (Vocals), Mckay Galbrecht (Guitar), Cody Koska (Bass), Jake Nosal (Drums), plays steadily across cities of the upper-upper-Midwest, building a network of supporters on the way.
The band has shared the stage with the like of Dan Auerbach collaborator Patrick Sweaney and Minneapolis-based heroes The 4onthefloor, as well as being named a finalist for Best Original Band in The High Plains Reader’s Best of the Best 2018 poll.
Growing significantly since the release of their four-song demo in 2017, the band has recently released the Sparkle & Shine EP, recorded at the Terrarium in Minneapolis, MN. Highlighted by tracks like the bluesy-rocker “Medicine Man” and the soul-tinged “My Name”, the album is now available on Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp, and Reverbnation.
Photo by: Loud Mouth Rock Reviews
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