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The story of The Scorpion and the Turtle is an allegory, a story meant to communicate an abstract idea. We all know to look out for the wolf in sheep’s clothing because of the allegory that was shared in our childhood. However, not as many people may be familiar with this story said to be written by the poet Nur ad-Din Abd ar-Rahman Jami.
(Coachella Valley Weekly, December 18th, 2014)
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“Their psychedelic infused rock was most enjoyable, combining traditional guitar, bass and drums with keys, giving the music a satisfyingly rich depth. They rocked tunes such as Motorcade, White Walls and Vicious, keeping the ever growing crowd enthralled. They would certainly have plenty of new admirers after their flawless set tonight – hopefully they will be back to unveil their new material soon!”
Felicity Thompson, (Australian Musician Network, September 17th, 2014)

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“the Coachella-based band WAXY (Without any explanation why), […] a ‘retroinfused musical throwback that mixes up the amped-up raw styling of garage rock with a healthy dose of classic psychedelia.'”
(The Desert Sun, October 10th, 2013)
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“I found it to be powerfully soulful, and heartfelt and awesomely loud.
Lisa Morgan, (Coachella Valley Weekly, August 14th, 2013)

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“Their psychedelic infused rock was most enjoyable, combining traditional guitar, bass and drums with keys, giving the music a satisfyingly rich depth. They rocked tunes such as Motorcade, White Walls and Vicious, keeping the ever growing crowd enthralled. They would certainly have plenty of new admirers after their flawless set tonight – hopefully they will be back to unveil their new material soon!”
Felicity Thompson, (Australian Musician Network, September 17th, 2014)

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“They are highly energetic, soulful, psychedelic, with poetic lyrics that are highly relatable.”
Robin Linn (The Sun Runner Magazine, July 20th, 2013)
“It doesn’t get much more desert rock than Waxy, who are actually from the desert (Palm Springs) and everything. Think beat-up amps, beards and boots. The stoner-rock six-piece delivers loud, slow riffs and classic psychedelia infused with notable bluesy soulfulness thanks largely to singer Robbie Waldman.”
Carla Gillis (NOW Magazine, Toronto’s biggest alternative Weekly, June 12th, 2013)
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“Straight out of Southern California’s desert to a dirty bar near you. The retro-infused musical throwback mixes raw garage rock with a healthy dose of classic psychedelia.”
Steve Mallinson (T MAK WORLD (Toronto), June 13th, 2013)

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“Coming from the Palm Desert of California, WAXY is one of those rare and genuine breeds that are producing desert rock and roll that is completely enjoyable and uplifting….Just like Robert DeNiro says Casino, “…things get buried in the desert,” but what he forgot to mention that things also come alive just like rock and roll music from WAXY.”
Fernando Fernandez (FERNTV, June 12th, 2013)

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“Waxy, midnight at Cherry Cola’s (200 Bathurst St.). Grimy garage-psych from Palm Springs. Seems like it’ll play well live.”
Ben Rayner (The Star, Canada’s highest circulation newspaper, June 12th, 2013)
“Musician and producer Robbie Waldman runs Unit A Recordings, the largest recording studio in Palm Springs. (In true Palm Springs style, it has its own pool.) […]. Queens of the Stone Age cut their first record there, for instance.”
Caroline Ryder (Palm Springs Life, April 2013)

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“Rock musikaren urrezko garaiak gurera ekarrita eta ikuspegi moderno batetik helduta, gitarra eta bateriaren astinduak atmosfera psikodelikoekin nahastu zituzten.”
Koldo Carrillo (Mondra Berri, March 8, 2013)

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“Los seguidores del rock de finales de los sesenta y primeros setenta, aunque sea desde la revisión del presente, encontrarán en las actuaciones de Waxy y War Drum un motivo para conectar con las raíces del rock, de la sicodelia y del hard-rock.”
Pablo Cabeza (Gara, March 6, 2013)

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