This release does indeed promise to deliver a soaring and satisfying hour-plus of Rock’n’Roll For The Soul. Not purely distortion and energy, but warmth, skilled musicianship, thoughtful and heartfelt lyrics – everything the soul craves from audio escapism and human connection.
Rock and Roll
“We’ve recorded a few Christmas songs over the years but I always knew I’d record this Billy Squier classic someday. Something about the bluesy vibe and rock n roll spirit of the track just screams Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen.”
Classic hard rock blends passionate vocals and heavily distorted riffs, alongside unrelenting energy and a catchy, concise hook resolve – Bulletproof reignite the guitar-rock intensity of the eighties, with No More Lies.
Scornful but satisfying, tuneful and unexpectedly joyful – Buck Dharma’s Eyes juxtaposes the darkness of its theme with the outright energy and uplift of this pure rock performance and pace.
Inspired by legendary performers and songwriters from Led Zeppelin to Fleetwood Mac, Eddie & The Wolves deliver a naturally intoxicating devotion to the sheer passion, precision and power of rock and roll.
From the globally renowned legends who brought us the likes of Bad Reputation and I Love Rock N’ Roll, hall of famers Joan Jett & The Blackhearts launch the brilliantly anthemic EP MINDSETS.
Featuring soaring electric guitars, rolling bass and the live crash of rock and roll drums, My Song explodes into the room with equal parts precision and heart.
Heartfelt and purposeful writing is a key component of this work, and the vocal delivery and band-unity represent that with absolute commitment all the way through.
Rather than actually being the decade compilation it often sounds like, this album from multi-instrumentalist R John Webb is a consistently unpredictable, modern solo record, and proves ultimately refreshing and fascinating of its own accord.
The R Train Band are masters of their sound, dedicated to the delivery and musically skilful as they commit unequivocally within each release. Perhaps Rock On! more than ever encapsulates these qualities.
It’s an all too familiar topic – the struggle to be, to accept life & the self, the past – depression, anxiety, shame, loneliness. Miss Misery screams out on their behalf.
Powerful and infectious in a classic rock and roll fashion, yet stylish and secure enough in its own methods to pour through with a definite level of character and intention.