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New Deon Bakkes and The Stolen Horses album a joyous stomp
(Published: May 17, 2019)

Deon Bakkes and The Stolen Horses is an exciting combo. Their music features a wide range of styles ranging from the grit of punk rock to the sophistication of jazz and the playfulness of Gypsy music. Fans of artists such as Gogol Bordello or Beirut might immediately connect with their most recent album release, The Striped Mare. This record is a wild, joyous stomp, filled with huge sing-alongs and energetic grooves.

The record features seven original songs, including the self-explanatory "Punk Gitan," which even from the title highlights the amazing blend of different genres blended together so seamlessly by this amazing band.

"Let There Be Rhythm" is another fantastic composition with an upbeat take on the band's astonishing performances. Deon Bakkes and The Stolen Horses are definitely a name to watch out for. In particular, you should try to catch their live show if they come by your town.

More Information: https://deonbakkesandthestolenhorses.com

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