'Throughout modern pop culture, few acts have been able to successfully walk the fine line between insanity and genius and still make a prolific impact on the music scene (Iggy Pop, Frank Zappa, Mike Patton and Beck to name a few). The Rex Complex is primed to be the next in line to fill this void in today's musical landscape. Follow us through A Delicious Victory The sheer stylistic breadth of TRC's tunes and sonic palette-they incorporate everything from plastic buckets to a West African balafon to twangy guitars to the accordion-not to mention their penchant for "progressive" lyrical content, could draw them comparisons to Ween, Tom Waits or the score to a lost Tarantino soundtrack. Still though, The Rex Complex is ultimately a 21st century band. While they pull, seemingly at will, from the massive amounts of musical information readily available these days, one is left with the distinct impression that The Rex Complex has created a noisy, groove oriented genre entirely their own. They call it "Roots Ruckus."