The raw energy of punk rock with the easy going realness of acoustic folk. It’s an organic sound that generally comes across as part of a live show.
The crisp & heavy hit of country rock & roll explodes into action. The band have a clear knowledge & passion for the intricate style & skills of the genre.
Musical passion & experience have lead him to release something that is of the utmost highest quality, with not a sliver of dishonesty or filler.
There are distinct sounds throughout this collection that remind you of what a special project it is. This is music created by a unique & passionate artist.
The rock and blues fires out at you, as naturally and genuinely as possible. The guitar work is sensational, as is the thickness of those drums.
The melodic pattern of distorted heaviness is ever present, and it draws you in – the raw and addictive energy is alive and kicking.
The guitar throughout sounds sensational, the thick and heavy beat just makes your heart pound and your body groove to the sound of the world in action.
Variety is the spice of life, as they say, and the musical show-reel of this project is consistently striking and inescapably melodic.
Composer and artist Will Martins crafted the soundtrack for the movie O Céu Sobre Os Teus Ombros (The Sky Over Your Shoulders) – a project that appeared at numerous film festivals and won two renowned awards along the way.
We’re way over due for taking a closer look at some classic and quality blues rock. Few Miles On are a band based in Cookeville, Tennessee, and their sound is a stylish, yet raw, rock and roll based blues, fused with an essential dash of Detroit funk, and over flowing with those real music vibes that we love. … Continued
A quick look at a musician who recently released a pretty mind-blowing Samsara Session, we were instantly hooked. John Dhali is based in Newcastle; UK Northerners keep an eye on his Facebook for live shows. Likely to be an incredibly impressive night. What a song this is, and what a performance. Check it out – John Dhali, … Continued
First you hear a track called ‘Mammon’ – a live version, with a video, and you become obsessed. The seductive, gravelly vocal and snappy guitar rhythm draw you deep into a chasm of double bass heavy, yet, minimal, uncluttered music. It’s a song you don’t even understand the meaning of, but will be infatuated with … Continued