A modern reggae act that fully embraces dub, Stick Figure is the inspiration of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Scott Woodruff. While the music is influenced by dub's deep rhythms and sense of space, Stick Figure's melodies lean toward the more accessible side of roots reggae, and the lyrics reflect warmth, love, unity, and good times. The group initially gained attention in the mid-2000s, releasing a handful of more traditional offerings beginning with 2006's The Sound of My Addiction. Starting with 2009's Smoke Stack, Woodruff's melodies became poppier and the production took on a more inventive, rock-influenced tone, with more attention given to his guitar work, a vibe they've continued to develop on albums like 2012's Burial Ground and 2019's World on Fire. Woodruff launched Stick Figure in 2006 as a one-man band out of his ...
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