Devil In A Woodpile
Moonshine soaked, old-time country roots music. Much like The Basement Tapes, Devil In A Woodpile's strength in sound comes from their ability to approximate a historical American sound and infuse their own relevant quirks and characteristics. They incorporate washboard, mouth harp, jug, ukulele, tuba, National steel and arch top guitars, stand-up bass, and other rustic tools of the trade to create a textured far-away sounding record that closely resembles the low fidelity of a 78 rpm platter. This band is made up of members from Bottle Rockets and Waco Brothers. Their blend of hillbilly, bluegrass, ragtime, blues and country mix together in a musical still of fermenting tones that compliment the singer's sour mash affected vocals.