Track Picks Real Rock And Roll Music Blog Edition
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Tracks by Chris Rolling, Evilyn Strange and James Durbin!!!
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CHRIS ROLLING – Help Me
This bluesy gem of a track is taken from Chris Rolling’s 5-track EP ‘The Chris Rolling Squad’. The band features Chris Rolling on vocals and guitar, Brice Duval on bass, and Simon Riochet on drums, and are self-confessed purveyords of “Punky Psychedelic Blues Rock”.
After an album with The Heavy Manic Souls, Chris Rolling decides to continue on his own name and creates The Chris Rolling Squad, a raw Blues/Rock power-trio. Influenced by Jimi Hendrix as well as Motörhead, his music is a mix of Blues and 70’s Rock which also combines Punk Rock and Psychedelic music.
Chris Rolling also shares some of the personal backstory and inspiration behind this track:
“Help Me” is about this “malaise” feeling than most of us experienced, mine started when I was a kid with this sensation that nobody understood me and didn’t care at all about what I wanted, people just wanted that I obey and that I follow that stupid religion shit, playing football and so on, so only things that I didn’t like at all, I was into arts, music, movies, books and stuff. So I’ve started to become a depressed person and to get used to be alone in my own universe.
In growing up I started to drink and taking drugs and looking for some answers about my pursuit of happiness, until I reach the point of a complete misery and then I had really need some help, it’s this song is all about.
Evilyn Strange – Let It Rain
by Maria Savva
My track of the day today is from Evilyn Strange’s EP “Evilution”. All 5 tracks on the EP are brilliant. The band are working on a full album.
You can get a copy of the EP from the band’s website or the usual online stores. It’s an awesome collection of songs that fans of rock will love.
JAMES DURBIN – Smackdown
by Darcia Helle
Ready for some 80s-inspired, loud, raw metal? Today’s track of the day is Smackdown, from James Durbin’s new, independently released album Riot on Sunset.
James Durbin was in the top four on season 10 of American Idol. He’s from California.
If you like what you hear, please consider connecting with James and supporting his music.
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