Well hell, why not make it an even ten albums on this feature. Whoopie Cat impregnate the listener with hook laden heavy blues, sensual soul-crusted croons and feral melodies with deeply penetrating lyrics. I will have finished this album multiple times before this article publishes but as of now I can tell its worthy of a recommendation. Towards the end of song one its apparent that there is something special going on here. Dude, feel free to check out our other awesome Releases! I guess they are immense in a live setting.
This one took me by surprise. Cependant, la guitare est loin de manquer de finesse, tout se joue en fingerpicking et c'est avec aisance que la lourdeur du blues se lance sur des rythmiques bien plus rock. So, last round I featured a bunch of albums on the softer side of the underground. Straight up enjoyable stoner grooves. Les vieux standards bien ancrés dans la tête de ces deux gaillards vont chercher aux sources du blues pour nous ramener un hybride de blues rock trempé dans le goudron.
This album proves the inverse of the title. These guys play a raucous fill of heavy blues, grounded in roots and grizzled with the heart and soul of punk rock. I did listen and I was delighted. . I have folded you, given you wings- tossed you against the wind and I watched you spiraling down why did you not fly? I'm already excited to hear what comes next. A Bitter Relief is a soothing relief in terms of modern grunge inspired sounds.
It's 2019 and Australia is an absolute hotbed of Heavy Psych Blues. Go see them if you live in Melbourne. Silver are a relatively new band in town. It's different and it's special!. A little bit Queens of the Stone Agey in style there an abstract groove going on with a clean vocal tone and crunchy guitar sounds happening. A Trip through the desert. The smooth, distorted riffs pulsate at a low frequency coupled with rocking solos, enigmatic progression, and rhythmic force.
Favorite track: The Way You Wished. A band as tight as they come, check the whirlwind instumentation on 'I Am'. God damn Melbourne, why do they have all the great bands? Great stuff full of emotions and atmospheric layers. We all know Rock N Roll has never died, in fact its thriving harder than ever right here and right now. From the sunny hills of California all the way down to the breezy south coast of England. The tags are a bit different than the norm, and upon pushing play I was expecting something a bit outside the box.
Electric Horseman is a four-piece psychedelic folk rock band from Darmstadt, Germany. Complete with sweeping psychedelic tones, savory vocals and sun-soaked arrangements the band harness both the electric and acoustic resulting in one hell of an enticing listen. I tried to remember what happened those days When I saw my reflection though your eyes of the snake It dragged me down the depth of my own Insecurities no release but I'm at peace and it feels like home Yeah it feels like home I fear of letting go As I watch this all unfold The sea of color swallows me whole Down to the depths of the unknown I look to you in heavens high But in this place there is no time Recollecting the things that I've seen It seemed so real yet it felt like a dream I've come to learn in states of my own Vulnerabilities its time to leave so mother please guide me home I fear of letting go As I watch this all unfold The sea of color swallows me whole Down to the depths of the unknown I look to you in heavens high But in this place there is no time I fear of letting go As I watch this all unfold I fear of letting go As I watch this all unfold. The lyrical content includes themes such as government corruption, drug abuse, money, mental health, perception, love, hate and spirituality. Electric Horseman invites you to take off towards the moon. Where the heart of West Coast Rock beats, the Psychedelic Rock of Britain pumps through the veins.
The band live in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. It's clear from this 2015 four tracker, Narla were busy helping to lay these foundations. The vocals are a highlight and are complimented well with the addition of keys and a nice helping of soulful southern twang. Much what you would expect based on the album cover. . . .
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