TPR#46 Dex Romweber Duo – Interview and Music

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Jul 192011
 

Dex Romweber and his sister Sara talk about the new Dex Romweber Duo release, Is That You In The Blue, southern gothic, painting, and Dex’s stage costume fantasy.
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Is That You In Blue by The Dex Romweber Duo

The Dex Romweber Duo on iTunes
The Dex Romweber Duo on Bloodshot Records
CD Release Party: Friday, July 22cd at The Cat’s Cradle.

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Is The You In The Blue by Dex Romweber Duo

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Jul 102011
 

If James Brown was the Godfather of soul, Dex Romweber is the Godfather of psycho-surf-rockabilly-garage-punk. He needs to get a cape with bling on it just like James Brown. He could make it work. He and sister Sara make up the core of the Dex Romweber Duo and their latest CD, Is The You In The Blue, is the kind of music meant to be felt in your chest, not piped through some tinny earbuds. It’s loud, raw, simple, _fundamental_ rock ‘n roll that makes you wanna yell, “Hit Me! Take Me To The Bridge!” Top tracks for me are Jungle Drums, Death of Me (Written by Django Haskins of Old Ceremony), and Midnight Sun.

Ruins of Berlin by The Dex Romweber Duo

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Mar 142009
 

Dex Romweber, in his many incarnations, first as front man for the Flat Duo Jets, then as a solo artist and now as front man for the Dex Romweber Duo, has always explored the darker side of rockabilly creating a sound that’s both retro-rock and more than a bit grungy all at the same time. On the debut CD from The Dex Romweber Duo, he collaborates with guests artists, Cat Power, Neko Case, Exene Cervenka, and Rick Miller of Southern Culture On The Skids. The result is a mashup of sound that still, underneath all the angst and modern edginess, has a rockabilly soul. Highlights include “Love Letters,” “Lonesome,” “Still Around,” and “Ruins of Berlin”.