Electric Mud, a post-progressive Rock band from Germany produced seven new songs on their new album "The Deconstruction of Light", on which the Rock is mediated in a versatile and distinctive way. With time they have have made a progression, from productions using only guitar, bass and drum machine to now, using everything that makes … Continue reading Electric Mud- To The Boundaries Of Rock Music
J.P Williams is bringing back the Chicago and New Orleans Blues, with his new album 'Stolen Cadillac'. He was able to turn each song into an unique composition, by finding a new way of expressing the Blues and adding new versatile elements to it. The music he produces, is based on artist like Muddy Waters … Continue reading J.P Williams – A Contribution To The Blues
Mark Stone and the Dirty Country Band proof, that it only takes three people to perform good and expressive music. Mark Stone (Guitar/Vocals), Todd Jameson (Bass), and Johnny Strutt (Drums) were able to capture the best of country music with some added rock elements, on their new album 'For Stories' The song ‘Before You're Gone’ … Continue reading ‘For Stories’ Review : Rock and Country
The first thing you can hear, when listening to Joes new album is a lifetime of experience and a deep understanding for rock and nothing else but rock. Joe Perry is one of the few guitarists, who learned how to play the guitar, in a way where the instrument seems to become a part of … Continue reading Joe Perry Album Review ‘Sweetzerland Manifesto’ The Rock is still alive!
Back in 1944 when Muddy Waters bought his first electric guitar, only a few people were aware of the impact he would make. I will try to find a way of brining back this imposing time through written words. I strongly believe in the power of music and its ability to take us to new … Continue reading How it all began and what to expect