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POSTED: July 25, 2012 12:59 p.m.
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The Suex Effect providers an amalgam of sounds, from funk to psych to reggae, all of it delivered with blistering musicianship - and the salty/sweet taste of the unexpected.

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THE SUEX EFFECT

At 8 p.m. Thursday, July 26

Molly Maguire's, 216 Johnny Mercer Blvd.

First of all, it's not pronounced SOO-EX; that's urban slang for a particular sexual act, which we're not going to go into detail about here. The band name sounds like this: The SWAY Effect. That's a precise and punctual description of what people tend to do when the band is playing. It could be the groove effect, or the dance effect.

All pretty sexual, when you get down (ahem) to it.

From Athens, the Suex Effect - a frequent visitor to Savannah - is a sharply-honed rock ‘n' roll trio consisting of monster bassist Miles Karp, whose creative and percussive work gives the sound of Suex funk its distinctive and unmistakable edge; drummer Jon Daniels, and guitarist Ricky Barrett.

The Suex Effect providers an amalgam of sounds, from funk to psych to reggae, all of it delivered with blistering musicianship - and the salty/sweet taste of the unexpected.

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Elsewhere in this issue, you can read all about Corrosion of Conformity, headlining at the Jinx July 28. The bill also includes the classic metal band Prong, which has a new album out, Carved Into Stone. And Monstro's playing, too. (Descender returns to the Jinx Aug. 3, with Dead Yet? and Conquer/Devour) ... Always nice to Savannah mainstays Turtlefolk onstage again. The guys are at Live Wire July 27 (Friday) ... Minnesota two-piece Daymoths (Ollie Dodge and Emily Mantuma) stop into the Wormhole July 28, along with Savannah's hard-rocking Habitat Noise ...

 

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