Posts Tagged ‘The Temperance Movement’

Top 20 Albums of 2018

2018 was an absolute banner year for blues rock that saw several fantastic releases. Once again, the staff of Blues Rock Review cast their votes along with a record turnout from our readers to determine the year’s best blues rock albums from an extremely competitive field. Here are the top 20 albums of 2018. 

The Temperance Movement: A Deeper Cut Review

In the five years since the UK-based Temperance Movement released its self-titled debut album, it’s become increasingly clear that this band is on to something. Nearly two years ago, Blues Rock Review published a review of the band’s sophomore album White Bear, a collection that was solid to start with and has proven its staying […]

The Temperance Movement release “Caught In The Middle” video

The Temperance Movement have released a music video for “Caught In The Middle,” which is off the band’s new album, A Deeper Cut.

Album Releases: February 2018

February’s Album Releases video features new albums from Dan Patlansky, The Temperance Movement, The Sheepdogs, Danielle Nicole, and The Bad Flowers.

The Temperance Movement announce “A Deeper Cut”

UK based blues rockers The Temperance Movement have announced a new album titled A Deeper Cut, which is set for release on February 16th. It’s the followup to last year’s White Bear. The band is set to kick off a tour of the UK and Europe on November 6th. A list of tour dates is […]

Artists Similar To The Black Crowes

The Black Crowes were one of the most successful blues rock bands of the past 25 years. If you’re a Black Crowes fan, here are some similar artists worth checking out.

The Temperance Movement Interview: Damon Wilson

The Temperance Movement cannot be pinned down. They don’t want to be – after all, who likes labels? But the real reason the Temperance Movement is not simply a rock group of the blues, Southern or jam band variety is because their music resists the boundaries set by those labels. The band’s second album White […]

The Temperance Movement: White Bear Review

White Bear is the highly anticipated follow up to 2014’s The Temperance Movement. There has been a bit of a buzz about this record being a departure from their debut. The best way to describe it is that White Bear is a little more Faces-Stones-Black Crowes, and slightly less Zeppelin-Free than their debut. The real difference […]

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