Posts Tagged ‘Left Lane Cruiser’

Album Releases: May 2017

May’s Album Releases video features new releases from Left Lane Cruiser, Taj Mahal and Keb Mo, Thomas Wynn and the Believers, and Chris Robinson Brotherhood.

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 […]

Stream Left Lane Cruiser’s “Claw Machine Wizard”

Blues rockers Left Lane Cruiser are now streaming “Claw Machine Wizard,” the title track from the group’s upcoming album due out May 19.

Left Lane Cruiser: Beck in Black Review

Dirty blues, nasty rock, distorted vocals and half the band leaving all go into the recipe for the latest release from Left Lane Cruiser. This is a bit of an unusual “best of” album in that there are six new (to us) tracks. Beck in Black is a celebration of the band’s previous line up […]

Stream Left Lane Cruiser’s “The Pusher”

Left Lane Cruiser are now streaming a cover of Hoyt Axton’s “The Pusher.”

Left Lane Cruiser: Dirty Spliff Blues Review

Dirty Spliff Blues is the eighth album from Left Lane Cruiser, a blues rock outfit from Fort Wayne, Indiana. True to the album’s gungy name,“Tres Borrachos” spares no ear as the kick-in-the-ass, kick starting track with a dirty ZZ Top-style that is heavily distorted and well-supported by a fuzzy, driving riff. “Elephant Stomp” features a […]

Stream Left Lane Cruiser’s “Tres Borrachos”

Left Lane Cruiser are set to release a new album in June called Dirty Spliff Blues featuring “Tres Borrachos,” which is now available for streaming.

Left Lane Cruiser: Rock Them Back To Hell! Review

Welcome to the left lane. Left Lane Cruiser is comprised of Freddie “Joe” Evans IV on slide guitar and vocals, alongside Brenn Beck on anything and everything he can get his hands on; this includes all things percussion and harmonica. This duo packs more sound into one room than your high school marching band ever […]

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