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White Gregg

Formed: 2011

Genre: experimental/noise, rock

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In a town where every musician who’s been around a few years seems to have been in at least a half-dozen bands and played with at least a dozen people, almost any Knoxville band might be considered a kind of supergroup. As local underground supergroups go, though, White Gregg’s a pretty good one. Jason Boardman and Eric Lee from Dark Logik and Double Muslims (among other groups) join Damion Huntoon and Tyler Mucklow from Woman (among other groups) in creating a dynamic, kinetic racket for Maggie Brannon of Daddy Don’t, Dirty Knees, and Divorce (among other groups) to lay skittery, anxiety-ridden vocals over. Postpunk, no wave, Beefheart and whatever U.S. Maple and Storm and Stress were (sort-of-but-not-really math rock) are all reference points, sometimes all within one song. The music can get tricky, and the band does love to count, but at base what you have is a strong, old-fashioned rock band—five people who got together in a room with guitars, drums, and vocals to try to challenge and entertain themselves, and once every couple of months crawl out of the basement to try to challenge and entertain us. (Eric Dawson)

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