Monthly Archive: March 2019

★★★★ 4 star review of DATURA4 “Blessed is the Boogie” via GET READY TO ROCK

Garagey but not grungey, power-poppy but not cheesy, muddy but not sludgy, blues-respecting but not formulaic, trippy but not spacey, Datura4 is carving out their own niche and clearly incorporate their many influences but, refreshingly, keep them as just that – influences which contribute to the greater Datura4 sound. – GET READY TO ROCK

DATURA4 premiere “Run With Lucy” via VIVE LE ROCK MAGAZINE

Datura4 are lead by Fremantle native Dom Mariani, who’s been a linchpin of Aussie underground rock for the past 40 years with bands like The Go-Starts, The Stems, The Someloves, DM3 and The DomNicks (with former Cortinas and Clash guitarist Nick Shepard). Usually to be found trading in Beatley powerpop and Nuggets-era psych, with Datura4 Dom […]

Awesome review of LONESOME SHACK “Desert Dreams” via GLIDE MAGAZINE

Ultimately the power of this album is how the band takes well-known American genres and completely, yet respectfully, reworks them, making them into something almost completely different. One also cannot help but be impressed with the depth of the songwriting accomplished with such little instrumentation. The band has whittled songs down to their barest essence, […]

LONESOME SHACK “Desert Dreams” out now!

GET THE LIMITED STARBURST EDITION HERE! While honouring the past, this record sounds as bright as a new penny. That about sums up the feel of this recording: planted in yesteryear but cultivated firmly in the now. – THE BLUEGRASS SITUATION I know it’s early but mark my words: come curtains on December, Lonesome Shack’s […]