Tag Archive: blues

Review: Blue & Lonesome by Rolling Stones

  Recorded across three rapid-fire days during the downtime between tours at British Grove Studios in the London suburb of Richmond with the touring band (and Eric Clapton on two tracks), the Stones show… Continue reading

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Single Again by Mel Monaco

“If you can’t be safe, be spectacular” is a phrase that sets the musical tone for Mel Monaco, a Canadian singer, songwriter, pianist, and guitarist born in Northern, Ontario. Influenced by her rhythmic… Continue reading

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Live: Yours, Dreamily by The Arcs

It’s Monday night. Milan is cold and foggy. Just a couple of days are passed after the terrible things of Paris. Just few hours, after Dan Auerbach’s statements on that terrible facts, what… Continue reading

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Chains by Lawrence Taylor

Boasting infectious choruses and spine tingling guitar riffs 22-year-old singer songwriter Lawrence Taylor demonstrates why he is one of the most talked about unsigned artists in the business on new track Chains. Born and raised in… Continue reading

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Lipsticks & Troubles by Twist & Shout

Twist & Shout is an Italian music collective, led by Alessio Granata (founder and producer), with the great passion for everything is 50s and 60s. The band is originally formed as a live project:… Continue reading

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Snap My Fingers by The Vernons

The Australian The Vernons are back with an old style blues-rock track titled Snap My Fingers. The first single from an as yet untitled but soon to be released EP, ‘Snap’ visits the darker side of the human psyche… Continue reading

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EP: The Great Escape by Old House Playground

Old House Playground is a three piece contemporary blues/alt-rock band with roots in the songwriting culture of traditional Greek folk music. In 2009, Tryfon Lazos (vocals, guitars) and Andreas Venetantes (drums, percussion) together… Continue reading

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Twitch And Tug by Hugo

Bangkok native Hugo refuses to let genre define him and in fact throws the concept in the faces of anyone foolish enough to try, wrong-footing the unweary at every turn. He’s been making… Continue reading

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The Vernons: I Want Her Back At Home

Sculpting their sound from long nights out, hung-over days in, and their parents’ old vinyl records, The Vernons distil a distinctly modern blues-rock sound and have been already compared to The Black Keys,… Continue reading

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