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Demons At Night is Greg Hoy and The Boys’ Ep

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Demons At Night is Greg Hoy and The Boys’ Ep

I really liked the compositional approach of this band.

A style that takes its cue from the past but manages to be modern at the same time. You feel like being in front of musicians with a great deal of experience behind them.

Greg Hoy, the major architect of this musical project, demonstrates a complete and mature artistic vision.

The thing that I liked the most is that you can hear these guys having fun while composing songs and playing together. The hours spent in the rehearsal room led them to have this enviable chemistry.

Demons At Night is a good ep, all the songs are solid and are able to charge you with positive energy and above all to awaken your wildest and most rock spirit.

Go and listen to their music, it is worth it!

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Demons At Night is Greg Hoy and The Boys’ Ep

East Bay, CA-based songwriter Greg Hoy – who’s recorded with Steve Albini (Nirvana, Pixies), Sylvia Massy (Johnny Cash, Tom Petty), and John Vanderslice (Spoon, Nada Surf) – toured 25 dates across the US in the fall of 2021 supporting his latest vinyl LP release ‘Cacophony’.

Comparisons to Jack White, Tom Petty, and Brittany Howard aside, the veteran songwriter has been a long time critical favorite. Hip-hop icon Ice-T appeared in his recent music video for ‘Can You Take It?’ which was nominated for a California Music Video Award. Picked to take part in the 2021 Durango Songwriters Showcase for Film & TV, his songs have been heard on networks such as the CW, HBO, and MTV, as well as in commercials for Pinterest, Adobe, and American Express.

Time Out NY says ‘Hoy’s music is fueled by straight up melodicism.’ Red Red Wine on a Sunday says ‘Greg’s records are deep – like peeling layers off an onion – each song is a revelation!’ Broken 8 says his work ‘shines with a focused punk rock swagger.’

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