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4 stars ★★★★ review of RADIO MOSCOW “Live! In California” from the PUNK SITE

Live albums can be disappointing affairs, few capture the atmosphere or sound of a concert accurately, Live! In California is not one of those albums, this release proudly boasts having no overdubs and it is a perfect snapshot of a band live. Radio Moscow sound amazing live, the album is full on wall of histrionic […]

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Nice review of LEFT LANE CRUISER “Beck In Black” from ALL MUSIC

Beck in Black demonstrates Beck’s skills behind the kit, from the frantic trash-can percussion of “Zombie Blocked” and jittery drive of “Crackalacka” to the bluesy groove of “The Pusher” and the near-funky skip of “Chevrolet.” – REVIEW HERE

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SULFUR CITY reviewed in ELMORE Magazine

A simmering, humid swamp of keyboards, rough-and-tumble guitars and rumbling bass and drums backs the powerhouse, blue-collar voice of Paradis, who scratches the electric washboard until her fingers bleed and belts out stirring anthems for the downtrodden on the lusty, smoking-hot Talking Loud. Invoking the spirit of Janis Joplin, Paradis actually sounds more like a […]

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Nice RADIO MOSCOW review in RUTA 66

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I-94 BAR gives 4 stars ★★★★ to RADIO MOSCOW “Live! In California”

If live albums are often dismissed as the preserve of bands fresh out of ideas and with nothing else to release to hoover more money from their witless and obliging fans, it’s time to re-assess that call. In fact, Radio Moscow’s barn-busting, sprawling opus screams out for a re-think. – The BARMAN / READ THE […]

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8/10 review of The BONNEVILLES from BLUES ROCK REVIEW

For fans of blues rock and Irish rock, Arrow Pierce My Heart is an insistent must-have record of fierce determination.– READ THE REVIEW HERE

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Nice I94 BAR review of SULFUR CITY “Talking Loud”

Hailing from Ontario, the band’s focal point is ex-truck driver and bartender Lori Paradis, a flame-haired vocal powerhouse and electric washboard player (!) whose voice will knock you flat at 20 paces. “Talking Loud” is an attention-getting debut record overflowing with blues-boogie and soul goodness. – I94 BAR REVIEW HERE

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