Category: Left Lane Cruiser

LEFT LANE CRUISER “The Pusher” made the CLASSIC ROCK’S ‘Tracks Of The Week’ list

Originally released for Record Store Day (where it received the gold vinyl “treatment”), Left Lane Cruiser’s chugging, soulful cover of the Steppenwolf classic is coming to an album format near you next month, appearing on the band’s upcoming Beck In Black long-player. God damn the pusher man, indeed. – CLASSIC ROCK HERE

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Nice KING MUD review in Elmore Magazine

Sometimes, great things come out of random collaboration. King Mud collaborated with Van Campbell from The Black Diamond Heavies and Freddy J IV from Left Lane Cruise to create Victory Motel Sessions. They joined together in LA, California for what’s described as a “marathon jam” that produced to some serious, rich hard blues. Radio Moscow’s […]

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CLASSIC ROCK’s Tracks Of The Week : LEFT LANE CRUISER’s filthy boogie-blues rocknroll “Bloodhound”

CLASSIC ROCK’s Tracks Of The Week here RECORD STORE DAY 2016

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RECORD STORE DAY : LEFT LANE CRUISER premieres previously unreleased song “Bloodhound” via NO DEPRESSION

Beck In Black, a loving collection of LLC material from the onset line-up of Freddy J IV on the vocals and guitar crunch and Brenn Beck on the boom bap drum kit and blowing some harp – a fleeting piece of envelope pushing Blues to add to your collection alone, if not for only 800 […]

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KING MUD feature in The BLUES Magazine

KING MUD ‘Back It Up’ added to the AppleMusic UK Blues A-List playlist

4 headphones ★★★★ review of KING MUD from The FIRE NOTE

The debut release from King Mud is raw, muscular and full of distorted hard blues rock that will have you grinding your own air guitar in minutes. The band is no stranger to this sound or record label as King Mud features members of Left Lane Cruiser, The Black Diamond Heavies and Radio Moscow. That […]

4 beers ★★★★ review of KING MUD from I94 BAR

You could jump in just about anywhere and soak yourself in the blues. King Mud never strays far from the wellspring. Freddy J’s raunchy guitar and voce are stand-outs, especially on the dirty “War Dancers” and the swampy “Blood River”. Campbell’s feels drive the songs nicely and he’s not one to break into showboating in […]