December 4, 2017
4. December 2017 By Walter Price 0

GTC Has Fresh Track Picks Real Rock And Roll Music Blog Edition December 4, 2017

December 4, Real Rock And Roll has fresh track picks.

December 4, 2017

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 Tracks by Tax the Heat, Magic Seas, and Rews!!!

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TAX THE HEAT – Money In The Bank

by Maria Haskins

‘Money In The Bank’ is a brand new, terrific track from British band Tax The Heat’s new album ‘Change Your Position’, set for release on March 9, 2018 on Nuclear Blast. I love this band’s sound – they have a old-school rock and roll vibe that is still totally their own.

The band’s previous release, ‘Fed To The Lions’ (read my review) was a fantastic collection of tunes, and I’m really looking forward to hearing more from this band.

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MAGIC SEAS – There’s A Feeling

by Maria Savva

MAGIC SEAS is singer/songwriter James Prudence’s (velettes / The Brights) new solo project.

The debut single, “There’s A Feeling”, is a mesmerizing, mellow pop track. It will whisk you away to a peaceful meditative state of mind, with its luxurious shoegaze style and soothing lyrics.

“There’s A Feeling” was co-Produced and mixed by RIDE frontman Mark Gardener during recent recording sessions at Evolution and OX4 Studios, Oxford and mastered by Fraser Smith (Shed Seven, Ian Brown). The artwork was created by up-and-coming artist (James’s brother) John Prudence.

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REWS – Shine

by Neil Schiller

Rews are a duo that hail from London and Belfast. Shauna Tohill plays guitar and provides lead vocals, and Collette Williams provides the drums and vocals.

Like The Van Ts, who I featured a couple of weeks back, they remind me of the heyday of late 80’s/early ’90s alternative indie rock. Bands like Curve and Lush. Energetic and melodic, but with a real edge and a fair bit of grit. Great songwriting which draws on hardcore guitar riffs and rhythms and much more general pop sensibilities at the same time. It pulls from all over the spectrum is I guess what I’m trying to say, and I like that. Because why be a genre purist when there are all sorts of great ideas you can have that combine into something great?

I really like this. I think it’s great. I’ll be watching out for more from these guys. Check out their album Pyro which was released at the beginning of November.

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