french garage rock duo inspired by delta blues and western folk tales, like a soulful little brother of the white stripes, these 6 tracks leaves you craving for more.
Archive for the blues rock Category
Rarely hear this many genres on one album, theres gospel, blues, roots, stoner, 70s rock, punk and more in a twisted unique mixture of boozeful coolness, KOZMIK ARTIFACTZreleasing a well-deserved vinyl of selected tracks from their two EPs.
are you experienced? was gobsmacked while listening, fireworks of old school heavy psych n’ blues, amazing live-sounding 31 minutes, even Jimi Hendrix would be proud to hear this, and the drum solo in the end of goddess reminded of Bonzo, maybe a longer drum solo track to the next album?
traditional hard/blues/heavy/classic rock boogie reminding of the happy times when music was still good, pure, soulful and carried a message… to cut a long story short an grooveful album that grows during every listen.
if i had to name one band above everything, it would probably be dead moon, this LP was their last.
big muffs sake, what a mind-blowing tripster, fuzzed out blues rock with a hint of doom, great vocals, some influences from sabbath one, harmonica, geezerish bass.. easily among the best albums ive heard this year.