Deer Tick is an American alternative rock band from Providence, Rhode Island composed of singer-songwriter John J. McCauley, guitarist Ian O'Neil, bassist Chris Ryan and drummer Dennis Ryan. The band's music has been described as rock with folk, blues and country influences, although the band actively rebels against the country tag, stating "We’re proud not to sing with a twang".
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Deer Tick – Eel Bowel. Label: Partisan Records – PTSN1007-7. Bus Stop has a real Bluesy groove. One of Deer Ticks best songs. Denver is a slow sad song with only Piano and singing.
Artist: Deer Tick Genre: Rock Release Date: 04/19/2014 Label: Partisan Records Catalog Number: 12307 Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl 7" Note: LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER.
A year on from their critically lauded album ‘Negativity’ and on the cusp of their ten year anniversary as a band, Deer Tick are returning to Europe where they will be touring with The Gaslight Anthem. To celebrate their milestone anniversary of 10 years as a band, the Rhode Island quintet have planned a six night residency at Brooklyn Bowl in NYC, starting December 26 and ending on New Year's Eve, where the band will perform five of their favourite band’s records from start to finish and culminate the celebrations on New Year’s Eve with a. fan-selected set of 25 Deer Tick songs.
Which gives Deer Tick a problem given that they’ve previously described their live show as a . .raw and spontaneous kerosene blaze. Looking around as the clock ticks around to showtime, a washed-out attempt at rubbing sticks together is more likely than an inferno, despite a respectable crowd. A biography of Deer Tick reads like the best kind of beach-holiday book; one car crash after another
With Deer Tick Vol. 1 and Deer Tick Vol. 2, the band releases its first new material in four years via two separate companion discs that differ stylistically but are meant to go together, as their album artwork depicts, like ketchup and mustard. They intended to make a third album (would that have been the relish?), but the fact that they visualize their music as a condiment rack lets you know off the bat that they didn’t get carried away trying to do too much. Both albums include songs that lean in the direction of the other album. It’s easy to imagine the acoustic number Card House, for example, as a blustering electric guitar stomp, its boozy cadence balanced precariously between swagger and stagger-that crucial hinge point, perhaps, where the evening tips over into one drink too many.