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By PHOENIX STAFF  |  June 14, 2012

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CASK MOUSE

RYAN'S SMASHING LIFE | rslblog.com | Cambridge's Cask Mouse present a fresh sound and a unique perspective: each session, every jam is fronted by different members, showcasing surprising depth for a new act. "Cask Mouse, to me, is a huge melting pot of music," says drummer/vocalist Ed Llerena. "We dip into country, blues, rock and roll, with even a touch of pop. I think our vocal harmonies, and the fact that we change who's fronting the band on each song really makes us stand out in a crowd." Boston embraced their recent debut, Cambridge Sessions, and new stuff is on the way. "We plan on jumping back in the studio in the next couple of months to start tracking a full length."

_Ryan Spaulding  

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