The Feeling Noise Becomes

by Feral Conservatives

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Jason Bates There is something about the Feral Conservatives that makes me happy that my hearing hasn't failed me yet. The vocals and musical style is reminiscent of Velocity Girl, but then the mandolin kicks in and it is distinctly their own sound. Favorite track: Misfire.
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Recorded September-October 2014

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released February 10, 2015

Engineered and Mixed by Gregory Gendron
Produced by Gregory Gendron and Adam Henceroth
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Except Track 2 Engineered and Mixed by Mark Padgett
Mastered by Peter Linnane at Patch Hill Mastering

Rashie Rosenfarb: vocals, mandolin, bass
Matt Francis: drums, guitar, noise

Slide guitar on Last Legs: Gabe Rosenfarb

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Feral Conservatives Virginia Beach, Virginia

Mandolin-charged indie rock // Rashie sings. Zach plays guitar. Matt is drums. Dan does low end.

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