have a happy independence day yall
sort of dark moody but sensual in delivery, rock on gypsy queens
basing what he does heavily off this era of neil, dylan leblanc moves along with a seemless disregard for popular music now, and simply makes what he feels, we dig
bear hands makes frantic songs about teenage angst and trying to get laid, well join the club boys.
bland indie rock that has a dancy edge, it was pretty good if it werent so damn forgettable
Colyer makes music with a rock tinge based on r&b grooves, played against soulful/ yet obscure vocals, not unlike our friends in electric guest – though they play up the more electro elements
Sheer Mag and Thin Lizzy –
There have already been some critical similarities drawn by Sheer Mag and Thin Lizzy, so lets take a minute to determine if they really are, musical coherts (or in our case doppelgangers)
As a base line this is rock music, 70’s sweaty rock music – and although everyone did it this way back in the mid 70’s from acts like Bad Company to Traffic to Ted Nuget, not many people are making this kind of dueling electric guitar music today, classic rock quartet kind of stuff, and even fewer are doing this style of music well. Sheer Mag with all their punk rock ethos and bravado, really like the playbook of the mid 70’s – shhhhh – here it is – lots of harmony laid guitars, cool riffs, and emotional vocals.
Here is a great mid 70’s thin lizzy gem and a new one from sheer mag, you be the judge.