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Big Soy

Big Soy

Big Soy


Formed in 2003 by singer/guitarist John Edds and drummer/multi-instrumentalist Adam White, Big Soy is a gritty, energetic, melodic indie rock band that played the dives of San Antonio and Austin as a duo until the end of 2005, during which time The Edge Magazine referred to them as everything great about rock music packed into a two piece band, with more heart than a team of wild marathon runners. By the end of 2005, however, the two-piece Big Soy had gone as far as it could go musically. Read more on Last.fm
Formed in 2003 by singer/guitarist John Edds and drummer/multi-instrumentalist Adam White, Big Soy is a gritty, energetic, melodic indie rock band that played the dives of San Antonio and Austin as a duo until the end of 2005, during which time The Edge Magazine referred to them as everything great about rock music packed into a two piece band, with more heart than a team of wild marathon runners. By the end of 2005, however, the two-piece Big Soy had gone as far as it could go musically. The addition of Joseph Cceres on bass opened up a new range of sonic possibilities. Big Soys first full-length CD, Putting The ______ in ______, recorded while Big Soy was still a duo, is a whirlwind musical tour through the swirling, emotional depths of the complicated mind of singer/guitarist John Edds. His simple, poignant, unprocessed guitar parts are driven forward and toned like torn muscle by the intuitive drumming and keyboard playing of Adam White.

His voicepure and gritty, sweet and pained almost to the point of neurosistells stories that all but the least adventurous of us can relate to, even envision unfolding in our own lives. The result is a semi-autobiographical collection of twelve songs, songs that together follow the various internal and external adventures of lyricist John Edds. His sometimes painful, sometimes amusing, sometimes infuriating encounters with the various people and 'real' worlds he has been found inhabiting usually leave listeners reflecting on their own surprisingly various existences. To see Big Soy play live is an immediate entree into these worlds, as the band takes its audience on a bumpy ride over hugely varied emotional topography before crashing into a swamp of cathartic noisesinking into a musical reality so thick it's almost impossible to escape.

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