New York Times: Punch Brothers “Supremely Entertaining”

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

The Punch Brothers are also in the midst of a long tour and they recently played the “American Roots – New Shoots” series at the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts in Katonah, NY. They shared the stage with others pushing American traditional music forward, “but the Punch Brothers seem determined to move bluegrass furthest,” according to this New York Times review. “Their music is full of trapdoors: weird harmony, dynamic shifts, staggered riffs, beats flipped over.”

To read more about the range and diversity of their new album, Antifogmatic, check out this interview with singer and mandolinist Chris Thile.

And go here to see when The Punch Brothers are coming to a stage near you.

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