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April Uprising

by The John Butler Trio

April Uprising by The John Butler Trio

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April Uprising

by The John Butler Trio

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Label: Ato Records
John Butler hasn't experienced major success in the States, yet that hasn't stopped the likes of both John Mayer and Dave Matthews from singing his praises. What separates the Australian artist from others who fuse adult-alternative pop and jam-band sonic exploration is his unbridled intensity. April Uprising, his fifth release since 1998, is funky, sweaty and manic. If the ecstatic folk-pop of "C'mon Now" doesn't make you get up and shred your carpet, then you probably don't have a pulse.

About This Album

John Butler hasn't experienced major success in the States, yet that hasn't stopped the likes of both John Mayer and Dave Matthews from singing his praises. What separates the Australian artist from others who fuse adult-alternative pop and jam-band sonic exploration is his unbridled intensity. April Uprising, his fifth release since 1998, is funky, sweaty and manic. If the ecstatic folk-pop of "C'mon Now" doesn't make you get up and shred your carpet, then you probably don't have a pulse.

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About This Album

John Butler hasn't experienced major success in the States, yet that hasn't stopped the likes of both John Mayer and Dave Matthews from singing his praises. What separates the Australian artist from others who fuse adult-alternative pop and jam-band sonic exploration is his unbridled intensity. April Uprising, his fifth release since 1998, is funky, sweaty and manic. If the ecstatic folk-pop of "C'mon Now" doesn't make you get up and shred your carpet, then you probably don't have a pulse.