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Posted on August 30th, by thedefibs in press. No Comments

The Debfibulators
The Defibs are Brooklyn’s kings of alt-country—just minus the “alt.” This is true, fiddle-driven Americana here. Their honest spin on rootsy bluegrass is refreshing and fun. With all the proggy pretenses stripped away and no pesky Jim O’Rourke-types complicating their sound, the Defibulators transport you to a Louisiana porch where ma’s vittles kiss the [...]





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Brooklyn Country Cantina / SXSW recap
The 2014 Brooklyn Country Cantina was a holler and a half! Thank you to all the bands, sponsors, and our awesome host Licha’s Cantina...
ON TOUR!
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The Mel Bay Songbook!
We are exited to announce the printing of The Defibulators Songbook by Mel Bay Publications! The 116 page book includes songs from Corn Money as...
ON THE VERGE
Featured in the February issue of the legendary jam band mag. http://www.relix.com/ontheverge/detail/the_defibulators
Road Vines
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Mountain Stage
WVU Creative Arts Center Morgantown, WV - 11/10/13 We made our Mountain Stage debut with a killer lineup featuring Deer Tick, Ed Kowalczyk (of LIVE), and Luray. The Show...
SILVER VINYL IS HERE!
Order the 12″ LP on silver vinyl! Limited Edition first run pressing. Includes mp3 download of the album. (Pigcow Records 2013)
“Everybody’s Got A Banjo” Photo Show at Chelsea Market
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ESQUIRE Music Video Premiere
NSFW – FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY! (Contains scenes that may not be suitable for work, some grandparents, or children) A Sleeping Giant and Possum Den Production. See the “Let Me...
New Song Premieres on My Old Kentucky Blog
Read the post and listen to the track!  
Everybody’s Got a Banjo debuts right on TIME
We’ve got nothing but love for the banjo. So does all of America these days. Wrote a song about it. Like to hear it? Here...