Posts Tagged ‘Albany Down’

Underrated Bands: July 2017

In the July edition of Underrated Bands the spotlight is put on The Family Business, Albany Down, and the Dirty Streets.

Top 20 Albums of 2016

2016 will go down as the best year the blues rock genre has seen in quite some time and perhaps the most competitive in the six year history of Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 list. With so many albums worthy of recognition, the readers and staff of Blues Rock Review voted on the Top 20 Albums […]

Albany Down: The Outer Reach Review

The Outer Reach is the third studio album from the London based Albany Down. Paul Turley, Donna Peters, Paul Muir and Billy Dedman have fused into a very tight and powerful band with their own sound and style of rockin’ Blues in the best British tradition. Produced by Greg Haver and recorded at Modern World […]

Albany Down release “Feeding The Flame” video

Albany Down have released a music video for their new single, “Feeding The Flame.” The track will be featured on the group’s upcoming album, The Outer Reach, available June 10th.

Free Download: Blues Rock Review Album Sampler Volume 3

The Blues Rock Review Album Sampler: Volume 3 features nine exciting blues rock acts from around the globe, and is now available for free download. TRACK LISTING 1. Lance Lopez – Get Out And Walk 2. Jake Chisholm – That’s All They Could See 3. The Heavy Heavy Hearts – Bottom Of The Bottle 4. Albany Down […]

Albany Down: Not Over Yet Review

Like a meteor headed straight for your radio, Albany Down propels to the next level with their second album, Not Over Yet. Building on the foundation of their debut, these Brits prove there is no sophomore slump in their vocabulary. Their undertones are classic rock-infused blues, with the glossy finish of a modern rock band. […]

Albany Down: South of The City Review

South of The City is the debut album from British blues rock band Albany Down. Albany Down offers a unique sound fusing the blues with modern pop rock. They are definitely not your typical blues band, as they bring a more mainstream style to the table. South of The City opens with “Dirty,” a tune […]

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