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Rainbreakers: Rise Up EP Review

British band Rainbreakers hand us a stunner of an EP with depth of soul and inspired song writing in Rise Up. These guys are here to make a statement that they are part of new generation of blues-rock that’s combining the influences of the past but making it their own. The band’s line-up is Ben […]

Shane Henry: Light In The Dark Review

Part of a great album is something subtle that happens in between the drum beats and the bass bops; something that’s under the lyrics and wrapped up in the guitar rhythms. A good album might not have one but every great album does and Shane Henry’s Light In The Dark is a great album because […]

Joe Bonamassa: Live At Carnegie Hall – An Acoustic Evening Review

The piano intro to Jethro Tull’s “Locomotive Breath” is a witty precursor to “This Train,” the opening track on this live recording from January 2016 of Joe Bonamassa playing with an entirely acoustic 9-piece outfit, featuring familiar collaborators like Reese Wynans on piano and Anton Fig on drums, as well as some new faces who […]

Top 5 Rival Sons Albums

Rival Sons are one of the top blues rock bands today. They’re also one of the hardest working bands out there with a relentless touring schedule. Here are the top 5 Rival Sons albums to date.

Richie Kotzen: Salting Earth Interview

Last month, Richie Kotzen released his 21st studio album, Salting Earth. Kotzen is currently in the midst of a worldwide tour to promote the album and spoke with Blues Rock Review about his creative process for the record and more.

Left Lane Cruiser: Claw Machine Wizard Review

Left Lane Cruiser sounds like a combination of the Black Keys, Junior Kimbrough, R. L. Burnside, and a hint of rockers Clutch and even Kyuss thrown in at times. On Claw Machine Wizard they deliver an album full of the catchy chord progressions and repetitive trance inducing rhythmic constructions that you cannot help but nod […]

Premiere: Rainbreakers – “On My Own” music video

In a Blues Rock Review premiere, watch the new brand new music video “On My Own” from UK based blues rockers Rainbreakers. The track is featured on the group’s new EP, Rise Up. “On My Own” is a song about the realization that sometimes it’s better to be on your own than in a destructive relationship.

The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer: Apocalipstick Review

If the hot French cousin of The Decemberists had a love child with the bastard son of Blues Traveler and The Black Keys you would end up with The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer.

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