Up and coming band, Kilroy Kobra of Atlanta, GA joined Sibilant Sounds for a wild night at UNCW. From blowing out tires on the highway to camping in trees, Kilroy Kobra did it all. But, most importantly they rocked out onstage and played a mean game of Bucket of Doom.
Kilroy Kobra's debut visual LP, Man of the World.
"Sibilant Sounds is a gem of a band. These guys have it all: earnest, fluid rhythms; a chameleon-like talent for seamlessly fitting into their surroundings; and effortless, beachy charm for days. They’ve only existed for a brief spell to date—the band was officially formed about a year ago as a duo between singer Will Daube and guitarist Matt Underwood—but in that time, the now-foursome, rounded out by bassist Julian Denton and drummer Alex Lee, has cultivated a sound that has placed them solidly on the Wilmington music scene and will likely take them much further.
If you’re interested in a very specific, reliable kind of music, then Sibilant Sounds probably won’t be the obvious choice for you. It’s clear that they belong under the indie rock umbrella, but other than that, they seem okay with experimenting as far as that shade reaches. Their sound is somewhat mercurial within that big space, kaleidoscopic in a way that never settles down long enough to get an exact read; if you’re looking for a narrow label, the best I can give is something like blues-psychedelia-garage-surf-rock."
-ATLANTIS MAGAZINE (click for full review)
"I just have to say that last night I had the distinct pleasure to photograph Sibilant Sounds a local Wilmington band. Let me tell you these dudes won't be local long they were definitely one of the best smaller acts I have seen in quite some time! The music was a kaleidoscope of genres mixed and swirled together into a high energy simulcast of sound. Their name couldn't be more fitting because I am still hearing an echo of their music all day."