May 15, 2019, RRAR Music Blog has your fresh track picks!
Real Rock And Roll Music Blog
You wanted the best we got the best…
Tracks by Trucker Diablo, Little Brother Eli, and The Pink Slips!!
Real Rock And Roll
TRUCKER DIABLO – Other Side of the City
A new track from Trucker Diablo is always a treat, and “Other Side of the City” once again shows what an amazing rock band this is. These guys just keep writing and releasing some of the catchiest, riff-iest, and TASTIEST rock around.
According to the band’s Facebook page, there is also some additional great Trucker news: a double album is coming in May this year! The album is titled “Devil Songs” and it’s a double cd/digital package featuring thirty songs.
“A new package, the 30 song laden “Devil Songs”, the combination of The Devil Rhythm and Songs of Iron, and will be released in May 2019. The lead single “Other Side of the City” is one of the unreleased tunes from that period, and combines everything Trucker became known for since that initial debut album, big riffs, sing along choruses and that feeling we’re in it together!
“Recorded late 2018 with long term producer Frankie McClay at Einstein Studios, and featuring current bassist Jim McGurk, Other Side of the City is released 26th April 2019.”
Definitely looking forward to that!
LITTLE BROTHER ELI – All My Words
by Maria Savva
Little Brother Eli are currently running a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to release a live album, which they recorded in November 2018 at the O2 Academy, Oxford.
The entire show was filmed and recorded, and the band are planning to release a 13-track album.
Today’s Track of the Day is one of the songs from that album, “All My Words”.
To find out more, check out the band’s Kickstarter page, where you’ll find details of the upcoming release and how you can donate.
THE PINK SLIPS – Sweet Talker
You find some surprising information out sometimes when you research these bands. I picked this song up somewhere on my travels and really liked it. It has that same sort of sleazy LA glam/punk crossover sound that I can hear in Starcrawler’s music. A sort of Guns n Roses/Stooges fusion which I think sounds pretty great.
And then I find out lead singer Grace McKagan (surname sounds familiar right?) is the daughter of Duff McKagan, Who knew? Well, there’s certainly some rock pedigree there then.
This is great anyway. It kicks
proverbial ass. Great video too.
support great artists, buy music