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The Next Big Kansas City Rock Band: Syn City Cowboys

Posted on Mar. 28th 2013

Syn City Cowboys / June 15, 2012 / By: Tom Dalton, Examiner.com

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Syn City Cowboys formed back in late 2009 after leaving another local Kansas City rock band. They immediately got to work, entered the studio, and began recording their debut album, Blow Me Away, which was completed in late 2010. Blow Me Away hit the Kansas City airwaves and immediately became a favorite of local rock fans, and the album gained the attention of several music industry professionals.

Syn City Cowboys have played shows throughout the Midwest and are rapidly expanding their fan base. With heavy riffs, catchy hooks and hard-hitting songs that leave fans begging for more, the Syn City Cowboys are on their way to becoming a household name. So get on the train, become a fan, and show this Kansas City rock band some love and support.

Currently the Syn City Cowboys are recording their next album in El Paso, Texas, which will drop in the spring of 2013.

The band includes Ethan Cole on lead vocals/guitars, C.C. Ellis on lead guitar/backing vocals, Dylan wolf on bass/backing vocals and Dillon Gasca on Drums.

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LOUDWIRE.COM REVIEWS SYN CITY COWBOYS’ FIRST RADIO SINGLE, CONTROL FREAK

Posted on Mar. 28th 2013

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Dear Syn City Nation,

Last year we were fortunate enough to have our first single Control Freak reach #91 on the Billboard Active Rock charts. Popular hard rock site Loudwire.com wrote a

kick ass song review that is actually a pretty fun read. Check out the link below:

http://loudwire.com/syn-city-cowboys-control-freak-song-review/

Stay tuned for more news!

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Syn City Cowboys Recording Review

Posted on Mar. 28th 2013

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Artist Name:
Syn City Cowboys

Title:
SPOTLIGHT 50: Control Freak

Date Posted:
September 2011

Genre:
Rock and Pop

Equipment Used:

Mac running Avid Pro Tools HD 8 and Apple Logic Studio 9 (for MIDI), SoundCraft 24-channel analog mixer, “Large assortment of mics”.

Production Notes & Credits:

“Control Freak” is a male vocal rock tune. The band wrote, produced and recorded the track over an eight-month period in their home studio. No individual credits were supplied.

Reviewed By: Marty Peters

Rating: 5

Recording: This month’s Spotlight is a great example of size in a mix, something that a good many of you loyal readers have struggled with in your own submissions to us through the years. It is not uncommon for many recordists to confuse “size” in a mix with “volume”. Also dangerously present in the size game: the urge to over-record parts, to a point where the sonic pie is sliced so thin that the track actually begins to sound smaller! What C.C. and the Cowboys have done here is quite the opposite. By keeping the sound sources to a minimum, each is allowed a huge amount of sonic space, and this quality-over-quantity method has reaped obvious rewards.

As for the tones themselves, we can’t remember when we’ve heard a better rock guitar tone in our 14-plus years here at RECORDING. Magnificent. The bass guitar is round and low down and the drums are articulate but heavy at the same time. The lead vocal captures all of the swagger of the classic rock front man without overcompression or sibilance, and we love the group shout vocals at the intro.

Most importantly, the mix stays free of clutter and frequency masking while keeping its energy intact. Good on ya, boys!

Summary: “I love Rock and Roll…”

Contact: C.C. Ellis/Syn City Cowboys, syncitycowboys@gmail.com

RECORDING MAGAZINE – The Magazine for the Recording Musician – October 2011 issue

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