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8/10 review of DIRTY STREETS “White Horse” from CLASSIC ROCK magazine

Memphis power trio’s heavyweight fourth album. Still in their 20s but sounding decades older, Dirty Streets have been making a name for themselves since 2009’s Portrait Of A Man. Where 2013’s Blades Of Grass married Blue Cheer, Humble Pie and RL Burnside’s hill country crank, their latest is boosted by further rich strains, such as […]

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10/10 review of DIRTY STREETS “White Horse” from MAXIMUM VOLUME

“White Horse” is an album that’s astounding in almost every single way. Rock n roll probably doesn’t need someone to come racing in on a trusty steed to save it, the old boy is still in pretty good health, even after all these years. That said, if rock n roll was feeling a bit depressed […]

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Nice review of DM3 “West Of Anywhere” from YAHOO MUSIC

If you’re looking for things you may have missed, and if you grew up in a mid-America best served by mall record stores like Musicland, there’s every chance in the world you missed out on Australia’s DM3 and you will go bonkers when you finally hear them. This set, which collects the best of the […]

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5 stars ★★★★★ review of DM3 “West Of Anywhere” from BLURT Magazine

The Upshot: Beloved Aussie guitarist and songwriter Dom Mariani gets a proper, career-spanning anthology that demonstrates his power pop brilliance and then some. Regardless of twist, every song here is a gem – finely crafted, enthusiastically performed, simply and straightforwardly produced. As a result, the DM3’s work holds up exceptionally well, sounding as fresh and […]

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9/10 review of DIRTY STREETS “White Horse” from BLUES ROCK REVIEW

For those of you who have been lamenting that there is no “good music” out there, let not your hearts be troubled. Dirty Streets are here to wipe away your tears. Their brand new record due out November, 2015 called White Horse is a collection of 11 rock and roll tracks that will make you […]

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Nice JAMES LEG review of “Below The Belt” in UBER ROCK

Nestled somewhere between Jim Jones Revue and Gallon Drunk with just a hint of Tom Waits and The Fuzztones comes a screaming James Leg. Buckle up bitches this is a journey down a dirty track with nothing but a fistful of Rock and Roll for company, some cheap drugs and a bottle of moonshine. ‘Dirty […]

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LA RECORDS’ review of GOSPELBEACH’s “Pacific Surf Line”

Rising from the resin of bands such as Beachwood Sparks, Further, and The Tyde, GospelbeacH’s debut LP Pacific Surf Line reminds the listener that there is still stardust to be found in the search for the endless summer. The perfectly dosed tracks here toe the line between hippie sunshine daydream, Sunset Strip wooziness, and high-and-lonesome […]

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Review of GOSPELBEACH on the UNCUT blog

Moving on, Brent Rademaker’s diligent preservation of a certain LA country-rock sound has seen him pilot some handy groups, notably The Beachwood Sparks. The typographically awkward GospelbeacH is Rademaker’s latest band, and one which stays true to the aesthetic that’s sustained him for around two decades. Gram love proliferates, then, along with a hint of […]

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