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The Hi-Tones

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What’s the Deal: Austin rock and roll fivesome, The Hi-Tones, shouldn’t be a new turn-on for you. The group has been bringing jittery, rambunctious and feverish retro dance rock to the stages of the city for many a moon. But, the guys - Johnny Flores, Chazz Bessette, Gary Delgado, Kurt Lammers and Kevin Culwell - have been busy recently recording some new tracks, a few of which are available on iTunes now. One of the new songs, “Hit and Run,” begins with some bold rock and roll moves with some Hives-esque guitars thrown in promoting the jerky, nothing-to-lose dance off often incited by their live show and the frontman’s own enthused on-stage grooves. “Mistress of Misery” is led by thundering drumming with light harmonies and soloing close at the heels and carefully constructed to get the muscles moving. - Austinist

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