october 5, 2017
5. October 2017 By Walter Price 0

GTC Has Fresh Track Picks Real Rock And Roll Music Blog Edition October 5, 2017

October 5, 2017, Real Rock And Roll have fresh track picks.

october 5, 2017

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Tracks by Wise Youngblood, Dirty Thrills, and Stef Chura!!!

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WISE YOUNGBLOOD – ‘Pyromaniac’

by Maria Haskins

I recently saw Wise Youngblood play live at Venue in Vancouver (the band was opening for Dark Stone), and I was really blown away by the band. Great vocals, great tunes, great riffs… and some terrific stage presence. This is definitely a band to keep your eyes and ears on.

‘Pyromaniac’ is available from all the usual places, including Spotify and iTunes

If you’re in Vancouver, you can catch the band at The Roxy, opening for the fabulous Aviator Shades on October 21st! Check out the details here.

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DIRTY THRILLS – ‘Rabbit Hole’

by Maria Savva

Today’s track of the day is the excellent, blues-rock song, “Rabbit Hole”, taken from Dirty Thrills’ new album, “Heavy Living”, which is set to be released on Friday via Frontiers Music srl. Find out how to pre-order HERE.

The band’s launch gig takes place at The Crowndale, Camden, this Wednesday. Check out the details on the Facebook Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/536597613338696/

They’ll be on tour in the UK with Black Star Riders in November, and Gun in December!

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STEF CHURA – Spotted Gold

by Neil Schiller

Breaking news: geek rock revival gathers pace. I’ve always been a fan of artists like Beck and Cake. The misfit ones, slightly oddball, but with their own undeniable charm. Stef Chura does it better than just about anyone. Spikier than Weezer, cooler than Ben Folds, and more deliberately low-fi than pretty much everyone else.

Chura is from Detroit, although she doesn’t share that generic Detroit sound that so many bands adopted post-White Stripes. Not that I don’t like that style, but at the same time it’s nice to hear something different too.

She released her debut album Messes in February. Here she sounds to me like a young and slightly manic Chrissie Hynde. I like the random ordinary madness of the video too. Great stuff. There is no such thing as too off-beat in my opinion.

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