Lonesome Shack’s return is a welcome one. Desert Dreams comes packed with the same amount of grit and charm that made More Primitive so enjoyable. – THE FIRE NOTE
They play with enough aggression, energy and bring enough variation to the tasks at hand that they can keep it fresh and real. — The FIRE NOTE here
Beechwood look and sound like 100% New York City. In today’s Friday Fire Track you will immediately hear their influences of The Stooges and New York Dolls while embracing the more pop side of the Velvet Underground.
The overall vibe of “jamming” runs throughout the record and its free spirit allows for plenty of natural melodies from the songwriting brothers Zachary and Andrew Gabbard. (…) Alive And Well In Ohio is a record to absorb, as it only gets better upon repeat listens. – THE FIRE NOTE REVIEW HERE
There’s little doubt, these songs are going to sound best in their native environs, a smoking blues rock club full of sweaty revelers eager to be elevated by the gritty and soulful delivery of Green and his Makeshifters, but the recording is so well crafted, the performances so ecstatic that it transcends the limitations often […]
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 […]