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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 […]

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4 star review of SWAMP DOGG in MOJO magazine

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Reviewed By: Dave Goodwin Each track on here is a joy to listen to and has a different sound from the last. It is a mixture of every genre you could care to mention with blues being the major player. It leans towards the early Rolling Stones in numerous places such as the first track […]

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BLURT MAGAZINE review of PRIMA DONNA’s “Nine Lives & Forty Fives”

BY MICHAEL TOLAND The product of numerous sessions in different locales over the course of a couple of years, Nine Lives and Forty Fives follows the band’s usual garage-rocking glam punk MO, with tunes and attitude in equal measure. Preston and Aaron Minton’s exuberant guitar and sax riffs roll across the bouncing rhythms of bassist […]

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EXAMINER : PRIMA DONNA will release its new album at Amoeba on February 10

Schwindy’s indie music spotlight: Prima Donna Prima Donna will release its new album at Amoeba on February 10 When you hear a lot of new music, the selections really run the gamut. You get bands that are dramatic and melancholy, and you get bands that rock you from the first notes of the new album. […]

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R2 review of PAUL COLLINS “Feel The Noise”

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SOUL & JAZZ & FUNK review of SWAMP DOGG “The White Man Made Me Do It”

The great Jerry Williams Jr., in his Swamp Dogg guise, here releases the first great soul set of 2015 and the set’s title and the art work let you know, even before you’ve heard a note, that the music’s going to be as controversial and idiosyncratic as anything he’s recorded in his remarkable six decade […]

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