Sulek was featured in the "Local Music" section of Milwaukee's Shephard Express today. Read the article, "Sulek's Animated Lucky Break," here: http://www.npaper-wehaa.com/shepherdexpress/2010/07/06/s1/?g=print#?article=931993
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Sulek's fourth studio album, "Unbound At Last," was released on July 20th, 2012!
"Sulek describe themselves as “indie pop,” presumably because of the violins and cellos that coat some of the trio’s arrangements, but that term doesn’t do justice to how earthy their latest record is. This is music that’s more primal than twee, with shades of Tom Waits’ gritty blues and Low’s shadowy hymnals. They recorded Unbound at Last in an East Side chapel of the Newman Center and clearly they took full advantage of the acoustics, because the drums positively thunder."
- Evan Rytlewski
The Shepherd Express
"Despite their youth, the members of Sulek come across as old souls, singing of lives and loves past with the wisdom of those who have lived through challenges, all the while maintaining a youthful gaze toward what lies beyond. Unbound At Last is well worth the walk alongside them."
- Harry Cherkinian
A.V. Club Milwaukee
"Sulek recorded Unbound at Last in a chapel near the UWM campus. Within the chapel's wood and brick confines, the band's rich sound that dabbles in pop, rock, folk and classical music never sounded bigger. Instruments like cello, violin, and organ mingled with guitars, bass and drums to create an enormous sound. "