Review: Tauk – Tauk 
Long Island rock troupe Tauk take their advanced college rock sensibilities and dress them up with a mature platter of jazz and funk on their five-track self-titled offering. Referencing everything from Steely Dan to Phish on cuts like “Roll With the Punches,” this band’s assassin-like solid chops, expert musical interplay between instruments and wonderfully composed songs such as the rousing “All Ears” evoke a deeper shade of soul than the usual tie-dyed contingent can muster. Tauk produces timeless music that truly containing something that virtually everyone who can call themselves a fan of rock music can dig into and groove with. www.taukrocks.com -Mike SOS
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