“Perhaps the most literate wordsmith in Tampa Bay’s rich songwriter scene. Just because they’re songs doesn’t mean Krispinsky’s wares shouldn’t be be considered fine works of literature.” – Suburban Apologist
Y Los Dos Pistoles plays moody folk rock, too earthy to be punk but too out-there to be Americana. It’s in a mysterious in-between place, conveyed through a subtle country-tinged style that doesn’t invoke the cliched ritual of drowning sorrows in a whiskey bottle. It’s more about the dreams that follow (source).