Tag: Review

I-94 BAR review of LEFT LANE CRUISER “Dirty Spliff Blues”

It’s album number-seven for Left Lane Cruiser (five on Alive Natural Sound if you count the one they co-recorded with Black Diamond Heavies keyboardist John Wesley Myers) and the sound has evolved to the point where nobody is resting on any laurels. Left Lane Cruiser were once an amped-up hill country duo playing what they […]

The BLOODHOUNDS live at Origami records

When listening to the Bloodhounds, my whole collection of oldies went through my mind in a few minutes, not that it is a bad thing, on the contrary, the quartet is a true-to-the-core 60’s R&B revival and they play it with a real conviction. The Bloodhounds were playing an in-store at Origami Vinyl on Saturday […]

CINCINNATI BEAT review of ANDY GABBARD “Fluff”

Fluff is a magnificent Rock & Roll album overflowing with so many stellar, brain-burrowing melodies, it’s more than fair to call it a Power Pop record (emphasis on both the “power” and the “Pop,” equally). Gabbard recorded the entire album in one 12-hour session and played all of the instruments, something you would never guess […]

HUFFINGTON POST review of PRIMA DONNA “Nine Lives & Forty Fives”

by Melissa Webster With a “… laser focus. Firing on all cylinders” the prettiest men in rock n roll, Glam rockers Prima Donna have done it again with the release of their latest album Nine Lives and Forty Fives. Fast, edgy, in-your-face with an attitude, this album lets us know without doubt they don’t give […]