Backed by captivating strings and harmonies, this album reflects upon the end of a relationship with sorrow and poise, eventually finding acceptance.
It’s fast-paced. It’s balls-to- the-wall. It’s good old fashion rock and roll and we love it.
Eat The Elephant marks A Perfect Circles first studio album in 14 years and it could quite honestly be the best progressive rock effort we have seen within that timeframe.
Just when you felt the fire of a Jungle-Giant-infused intoxication in your belly, the lead guitarist took the stage solo and went absolutely ham on a funky riff.
Thirsty Merc delivered a sweet time, a hot night and everything was definitely more than alright on Wednesday 4 April at Geelong’s Barwon Club.
A breath of fresh air in the current climate, 10 songs songs of hard rockin, sleazin’ music that takes me back to the glory days of the late 80′s, where music was hard, heavy and fun!
Pretty quickly I was convinced that John Butler Trio could play anywhere, any time and it would still be a positive enjoyable experience.
“The best first gig in Geelong you can ask for”.
This record is so emotively rich, screaming vulnerability with such an understated, natural approach.
That mixture really comes together on Hoodoo Hipshake, with some excellent tracks.
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