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Mad-Sweet Pangs

Mad-Sweet Pangs

Mad-Sweet Pangs


Mad-Sweet Pangs are based out of Newark Delaware. They write and play original music for anyone who might listen- college students as well as folks both young and old. Their sound has developed into an Americana folk-funk blend they dub "Organic Rock." While "The Pangs" are creating something new and eclectic, there is a definitive rootsy vibe pervading their music. As a band that has a wide range of influences (from bluegrass to jazz) Mad-Sweet Pangs remain song-oriented, compositionally-savvy, and directional both in the studio and on stage. Read more on Last.fm
Mad-Sweet Pangs are based out of Newark Delaware. They write and play original music for anyone who might listen- college students as well as folks both young and old. Their sound has developed into an Americana folk-funk blend they dub "Organic Rock." While "The Pangs" are creating something new and eclectic, there is a definitive rootsy vibe pervading their music. As a band that has a wide range of influences (from bluegrass to jazz) Mad-Sweet Pangs remain song-oriented, compositionally-savvy, and directional both in the studio and on stage.

In May, 2006, Mad-Sweet Pangs released their debut full-length album, "Stumbling Through Blydepoort Canyon" (recorded and co-produced by Mark Moss, Target Studios). Since the release, "The Pangs" have been writing, rehearsing, playing shows, and jamming around backyard-bonfires. They have enjoyed musical comparisons to The Band, Tea Leaf Green and The Allman Brothers Band to name a few. Mad-Sweet Pangs, who are often joined by trombonist Asher Ross during live performances, have shared their music with audiences throughout the Northeast.

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