Inspired by the best British Blues and US Blues musicians of the twentieth century Jesse Redwing knows how to deliver Blues inspired Rock songs like “Comin’ On” and “Crawlin’ Up The Walls”. Especially “Comin’ On” really digs deep and is most recognizable for its brilliant harmonica solo.
His music is clearly influenced by the best rock and blues musicians of the sixties. Listen below to get the groove!
“I wasn’t born to the blues, but it found me somehow and now there’s no turning back,”
INVSN hails from the more isolated parts of northern Sweden.These five friends dabble in post-punk/dystopic pop or some brand of alternative rock music. Think of the New Wave punk bands of the eighties mixed with garage from the 21st century and you’ll get a taste of their sound. This month they will release their forthcoming LP. The Beautiful Stories onDine Alone Records, June nine.
Single “This Constant War” by INVSN
Their First single “This Constant War” utilizes a militia of percussion that invokes the feeling of persistence. A prod and a push to keep going especially in times of public and private turmoil – INVSNcontinues to create music that inspires the mind, body and punk soul.
Parking Lot Symphony features 10 new original songs along with covers of Allen Toussaint’s“Here Come The Girls” and The Meters’ “It Ain’t No Use” and was released las month. Trombone Short released “Here Come The Girls” recently and is a real hit. This song could be featured on all radio stations because of the approachable beats, soulful vocals, and the New Orleans style arrangement.
Back in the sixties, there was a sub-culture of several garage band in Detroit. One of these bands were the Pleasure Seekers, an all-women band containing sister Suzi Quatro and Patti Quatro, Nancy Ball, Mary Lou Ball, and Diane Baker.
First Pleasure Seekers Album in 1965
The Pleasure Seekers released their first record in 1965, when Suzi Quatro and her sister Patti Quatro were 15 and 17 years old, respectively, on the Hideout label. Both sides of their first single – “Never Thought You’d Leave Me” b/w “What a Way to Die” – have some prominence;
“Never Thought You’d Leave Me” is really a great song. You’ve got to dig the surf and alternative grooves these girls deliver. Especially the fact these girls were only fifteen and seventeen years old really amazes me. The red thread in this song is the harmonic guitar lick which keeps returning throughout the song.
Watch The Pleasure Seekers Video “Never Thought You’d Leave Me” below!
Alternative Folk musician Kurt Vile has released a whole lot of songs in the past ten years. His latest album Believe I’m Goin Down is like the rest of his repertoire a pleasant 12-song art piece containing hyponotic guitar licks and laid back vocal tracks. The former War on Drugs guitarist is set to tour around Europe and the US this summer.
Belive I’m Goin’ Down – Pretty Pimpin
Kurt Vile I’m Goin Down… is his sixth studio album which was released on September 25, 2015 on Matador Records.
The opening song “Pretty Pimpin” symbolises the unknown feeling of being at a certain point in life when everything doesn’t play like you wanted it to. Add to that some amazing hypnotic, head spinning guitar riffs and Rhythm vocals. this song is a slowtrain which easily could be on repeat for hours.
All he ever wanted was to be someone in life that was just like All I want is to just have fun, live my life like a son of a gun I could be one thousand miles away but still mean what I say
Kurt Vile – I’m An Outlaw and Dust Bunnies
Other Songs on Believe I’m Goin Down are also worth listening. “I’m An Outlaw” , “Dust Bunnies” all feature some southern grooves. “Lost In My Head There” is in my opinion the most creative song on this album containing abstract grooves and really, really laid back vocals.
Don’t Forget to watch the Video of ‘”Pretty Pimpin” which is worth watching. Directed by Daniel Henry,