Wading through the World's quagmire of music to review the best in the Vinyl Underground. Band recipes & food perusal. We like SHRIMP(Stoner, Heavy Rock, Indie, Metal, Psych/Prog/Power Pop), Americana/alt-country, avant garde, doom, and any combination of the above.
ballsnuts, holy ballsnuts, holy ballsnuts!! These riffs! Those vox! This
groove! So good, I could scream. This album hammers it down in ways I
think I must have needed right now. This does not let up for one second,
and completely shreds out melodic riffs, unrelenting groove, and class.
Screw your morning coffee, this will wake your ass right up.)
have to be dreaming about monkeys, because this music is bananas!
Literally the most jarring, yet satisfying listening experience I've had
in a while. Stoner/noise/metal/groove/junk rock. Has the occasional
"proggy" thing happening here and there, but this ain't no Yes album.
This more in line with Bungle or some other whacky Patton project. This
is bananas AND nuts with a swirl of headshots.)
(This little gem just jumped out at me whilst simply playing
around in the Bandcamp sandbox. Enthusiastic, mature, catchy, bright and
uplifting Americana/folk/rock. Some soul, some fire, a bunch of groove,
a touch of Gospel. Bravo!)
(Really fine classic rock! So much talent going on... There's something special in the water in Spain. You want something influenced by Led Zep and the like, but does not sound like a ridiculously boring, weak clone? This is your band!)
(Indie rock with lots of '70s classic rock peppered in for good measure. If this band keeps the heavier tunes going, they'll get my eternal seal of approval. Good stuff. No Bandcamp for this album [yet?], but you can find it here and there.)