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Immersive Atlanta reviews Soap + 23


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“Atlanta trio CHEW never fail to go all out. Their music — or at least what little we’ve heard to date — is marked by a boundless energy and an aggressive willingness to both genre jump and experiment with timing, pacing, and rhythm. It’s not often I prefer bands to forgo vocals and remain purely instrumental, but CHEW are a rare exception.”   Avery Shepherd – Immersive Atlanta

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The Crimson White interview

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“Is there anyone out there who is still genuinely weird? The answer is yes, and their name is CHEW. Deep from within the heart of Atlanta, the funky trio stands out in a crowd of weirdos…the band oozes eccentricity in the most casual way.”  Taylor Esche – The Crimson White

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“Their music can be as exasperating as it is exhilarating, and if you’re looking to pin them down to a particular genre, good luck. The band is just as likely to blast off into a cosmic prog rock jam as they are to abandon themselves to an acid jazz freakout or drift into a downbeat stupor. If you want to reach for an umbrella term, experimental certainly fits, although it’s not all that helpful in describing the sort of heady ruckus these three local vets create together.”  
-Immersive Atlanta
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Love from Weld for Birmingham

“Chew haven’t been playing together for very long, but already the Atlanta trio — featuring drummer Sarah Wilson, bassist Brandon Pittman and guitarist Brett Reagan — has carved out a particularly strange sound that’s hard to pin down. On their accurately titled single “Melt,” for example, the band glide between spaced-out psych rock, glitchy electronic music and acid jazz in the space of five minutes without breaking a sweat.

- Weld for Birmingham
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Creative Loafing reviews CHEW

With less than 10 minutes of music made public on the group’s Bandcamp page, CHEW shows quite a bit of promise. With a lineup featuring Brett Reagan (guitar/electronics), Sarah “Snare-uh” Wilson of DAMS (drums) and Brandon Pittman (bass), the trio produces agile and fuzz-laden psych jams that veer into deeply heady territories, including everything from prog and acid rock to funk and downbeat.  Continue reading