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Well Informed Citizens have released their Swindlers and Thieves EP April 19, 2014. In contrast to their last long-player, Leaders of the Revolution, featuring contributions from over 15 different players, the new record explores the challenges of writing, recording, and performing as a trio. Influences of Dire Straits, Gary Clark Jr., Anders Osborne, and Grant Green can be heard. The album is released on Jack LeTourneau and Daniel Nathan's Citizen Recordings label, and was nominated for "Best Independent Release" in the 2014 88.9 Radio Milwaukee Music Awards.

"stompingly libidinous ’60s R&B/rock hybridism" - Shepherd Express

"pretty prolific for a self-financed Milwaukee band" -

"Mind blowing guitar solos and good old fashioned rock vibes" - 88Nine RadioMilwaukee

"I'm really enjoying the groove!" - KSVR (WA) - The Blues Note with Janice


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Leaders of the Revolution, released Sept 3rd, 2013, was nominated for several 2013 88.9 Radio Milwaukee's "Milwaukee Music Awards": Best Band, Best Album, and "Sweet Maria" for Best Song and Catchiest Song. The title track was featured as the theme for the WI MMA Today television show on WCGV-TV (Channel 24 in Milwaukee).

"riff-driven hard rock laced with melodies and grit" -

"Southern rock smash-up, but Citizens handles the album's more straightforward, Stevie Ray Vaughn-style blues rock well" - Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

"good old-fashioned guitar" - Shepherd Express

"another fine release" - Blues Rock Review

"‘Leaders Of The Revolution’ is a must for all rock fans on this planet!" - Keys and Chords - Belgium

"a scorcher of a release party" -

Their self-titled album is heavily influenced by blues-based retro 70s rock with some 90s grunge sound mixed in. Daniel Nathan wrote the songs and Evil Kneevers produced, engineered, mixed and mastered the 2011 release. In 2012, Well Informed Citizens were nominated for Best New Artist in the 32nd Annual Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) Awards, and were also nominated for several 88.9 Radio Milwaukee's "Milwaukee Music Awards": Best Band, Best Album, and "See You Falling" for Best Song and Catchiest Song.

"Satisfying swamp rock where guitar riffs are the stars" - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

"guitar playing reminiscent of Jimmy Page and Lindsey Buckingham" -

"a band that sounds ready to crash any biker gang picnic they can find" - Shepherd Express

"seriously wicked flute skills" - Blues Rock Review

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