OFFBEAT MAGAZINE ARTICLE
"Kyle Huval contends that if you add a few scratches to his new disc, you get an old Cajun record that’s a few generations removed. Other than today’s studio technology being vastly superior to yesteryear’s variety, he’s right. Many elements of this record are a joyful throwback. The mics are strategically placed for an antiquated dancehall ambience. There’s virtually no electric bass but choke chords played by Josephine Vidrine for a delightful rhythmic thud and a stabilizing dance beat. Joel Savoy and Mitch Schexnyder’s twin fiddles add a luscious layer with glorious harmonies and occasional screaming high notes."  
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KYLE HUVAL & THE DIXIE CLUB RAMBLERS