As with the Heart legend’s musical heroes Led Zeppelin, Ann Wilson gets closest to the bone when exploring deep into her blues roots.
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Geared to keep the listener interested, the City Views’ engaging self-titled new EP ripples, romps and rustles.
Herb Eimerman’s ‘ Five Dimensional Man’ boasts the supremely shaped pop rock sounds he’s lauded for, but explores new ground, as well.
Damfino’s poppy vocals, blended with jerky rhythms and angular hooks, aim to revive memories of bands like the dBs and XTC.
By embracing traditional sounds and executing them with vital energy, Midnight North has produced a record that stands on its own merits.
Just when you thought rock and roll has once and for all slipped into retirement, along comes the New Trocaderos to restore the faith
They had me at “Redneck Dragonslayer.”
It seems, finally, that Skid Row has found its way again.
In another time, this “concept” might have been shocking. Not anymore.
This long-awaited EP finds Leroy Virgil seemingly growing up. Is that a good thing?