The title of James Leg’s third solo album is pretty apt I reckon. I’ve seen the former Black Diamond Heavies dude live and I can vouch that he bleeds and sweats for his craft like it was his last gig before descending from this Earth to the pits of Hell. His brand of high voltage, […]
Another song from his new studio album “Let It Slide” courtesy of MAXIMUM VOLUME MUSIC
You have to try hard to come up with a variation on “Stagger Lee” that people haven’t heard. Porkchop and Co turn it into a primal stomp, with a massive bottom end and nasty, jagged guitars arguing over a mournful blues harp and with Hendrix singing. Heavy and crude, as opposed to most of the […]
Bluesy-Southern rock meets The Faces. It’s just a theory so bear with it: As music’s once essential ingredients like passion and energy become even more diluted, those who still want to practice rock and roll as it used to be known will be forced right back into their past. – READ THE REVIEW HERE
HEATH GREEN AND THE MAKESHIFTERS NEW SELF-TITLED DEBUT STUDIO ALBUM SET FOR MARCH 3RD on CD/DL/VINYL!
Mark “Porkchop” Holder Is No Disappearing Act Known for his blistering guitar and raw power, “Disappearing” shows another side of Holder, a slinky, slick slide piece that proves the point that Holder can exercise restraint when it suits him. The result is a tune that—if the rest of his music is burning stage lights, hot […]
Following 2008’s One Way Ticket, featuring reworked Nerves and solo songs, Alive have compiled this set on which tracks such as Crime Doesn’t Pay, Paper Dolls and I’m Gonna Have Fun crystallise the upbeat US bubblegum jangle of the 70s with big melodic choruses and heartfelt yearning delivered in his reedy voice. Oddly, such was […]
JAMES LEG “Dogjaw (Do Some Things You Say)” featured on the new VIVE LE ROCK Mount CD.