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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Soulful Retro-Rockers Moondog Matinee new album "Carry Me, Rosie" released



Reno-based soul/blues-infused rock quintet, Moondog Matinee, have released their sophomore album, Carry Me, Rosie. Moondog Matinee have been featured on this blog previously (click here to see original post).

Moondog Matinee's music conveys a deep, rich understanding of gritty rock and roll that sounds like it was developed decades ago." (Diffuser.fm)

Recommended if you like:The Doors, Jack White, Creedence Clearwater Revival or Dr. Dog




Sample tracks and videos can be streamed here:

Listen to "Put Me Right" HERE
Listen to "Last Night the Devil Learned My Name" HERE
Listen to "Ghost Dime" HERE
Watch Moondog Matinee perform on Cargo Live (PBS) HERE

WEBSITE: CLICK HERE

"Lead singer Peter Barnato rekindles the golden era of gritty voice lead singers, while the rest of the band carries a thrusting and quivering ferocity that yearns of Blind Melon and The Black Crowes." (Glide Magazine)

“In a world of pseudo-sexual anarchy, Moondog Matinee is the real deal.” (The Source News

Already taking their hometown of Reno by storm, the band have been selected as a  Red Bull Sound Select artist, performed at the Inaugural Life is Beautiful Music Festival in Las Vegas, NV and have been voted the “Best Band in Northern Nevada” by the Reno News and Review.

Be sure to check out the “bluesy, twangy sound and soulful swagger” (Bend Bulletin) of “Ghost Dime,” “that doesn’t parade as anything, but rather, it just rocks.” (Jam in a Van)


                             



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Friday, September 25, 2015

New release from Paul Winn Band - Live from New York City!



The Paul Winn Band is a three-piece group from Sydney, Australia. They are described as a guitar driven blues band with a jazz and world music influence. The band have released 3 full length albums – a debut album called “Fortunate Man” was made public in 2004, “Nothing’s New” was released in 2009, and their most recent album is a live DVD recorded in New York City.

You can stream and purchase the album HERE on Bandcamp.

See also previous post on this blog HERE






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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

The Hurt Project new EP release "After the Storms"


The Hurt Project have been featured on this blog previously (see original post here), and I am only too pleased to announce the release of their latest EP, "After the Storms".

Staying true to their blues roots, the four tracks on this release highlight the many talents of this New York City outfit. With slick guitar from Marlon Hurt, the tight rhythm section of Donald Facompre (Bass Guitar) and Michael "The Bull" LoBue (Drums), plus the screaming harmonica of Michael "The Bull" LoBue and the sultry vocals of Jasmin Lloyd, this EP shines on every note. If electric blues excites you, then this will make you jump! Another winner in my book.

The original songs on "After the Storms" showcase The Hurt Project's dedication to honoring classic blues by writing new blues in the band's own voice.

The Hurt Project is pursuing a new take on the blues, while staying true to the musical traditions that make the blues great. Based in NYC, THP has released a studio album of standard blues tunes, was included in two Hurricane Sandy benefits, and completed a tour of Montana where they played 30-person venues and up to 2,000-person festivals. THP gigs regularly around NYC. 

Stream and download the EP here




"...a fantastic slice of modern electric blues..."
M. Twiggs - Mighty Burners
“...the combination of traditional blues with a contemporary sound that makes THP unique.”