TEAM REVIEW: Peasant Boys “Ghost Town” EP

For those who have been with myself and Carrick from the beginning of time (Team MCC), team reviews will be something familiar to you. We’re bringing back the feature to help support all the independent artist out there, as well as assisting the music lovers in discovering new talent. We’ll give you a quick rundown on what we collectivly think about a project to let you know if it’s worth checking out, or not worth your time.

Our first team review is on Tacoma, WA duo the Peasant Boys. Check out what we thought about their new release “Ghost Town” EP.


Rating: 4/5
Favorite Song: “Champs”
This is FIRE! We definitely get more of a sense of who these brothers are from this EP. I first heard them at Carrick’s showcase and they really know how to get their crowd active. I knew after that I was going to like this awaited album!

Rating: 3/5
Favorite Song: “Shots”
Average rating for average tracks. The melodies and trap production throughout really bumps- but the lyrics do not. “Shots” is a meaningful and real track that really stands out out among the rest of the EP that is mostly polished generic rap.

Rating: 4/5
Favorite Song: “Champs”
Since first seeing the Peasant Boys live in Tacoma in January, I’ve been kind of antsy to hear a project for them. Lots of good chances to headbang here. Includes “CHAMP” which is always a live crowd pleaser.

Rating: 3.5/5
Favorite Song: “What About Me”
This project has a punk rock feel to it, the Peasant Boys are definitely bringing an authentic sound to represent the city of Tacoma.

Rating: 4.5/5
Favorite Song: “Tombraider” & “Bangerang”
I definitely fuck with the “Ghost Town” EP. These songs really had me thinking about life the beats were different, chill but still go hard. Definitely some bangerz on here.

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