Music: Ninja Gun with The Gaslight Anthem

As documented ably on last year’s Restless Rubes, Ninja Gun’s second full-length CD on Suburban Home Records, life in Valdosta has shaped Coody’s P.O.V. Aside from a pointed lyrical vision, a skilled sense of musicianship runs through Rubes as Ninja Gun’

“With seclusion comes originality,” asserts Jonathan Coody, guitarist/vocalist of Ninja Gun.

If it’s seclusion you’re looking for, then Valdosta, Ga., isn’t a bad place to start. It’s the city where the Cowpunk foursome formed some eight years ago and has resided ever since.

As documented ably on last year’s Restless Rubes, Ninja Gun’s second full-length CD on Suburban Home Records, life in Valdosta has shaped Coody’s P.O.V. 

Aside from a pointed lyrical vision, a skilled sense of musicianship runs through Rubes as Ninja Gun’s sound finds common ground between Punk, AltRock, Indie and Country. Additionally impressive is the disc’s remarkably pristine production, which is the result of a year spent in and out of the studio.

They play Bogart's with The Gaslight Anthem, The Loved Ones and Murder by Death.

Get show details and Sound Advice here

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