Posts tagged with blues

Still Penny “Stardust EP”

What do you get when you bread a hippy and a hipster together? A good ol’ time! Still Penny‘s “Stardust EP” is the perfect love child of 60’s and 70’s Zeppelin and Hendrix inspired rock and your 90’s and early 2000’s White Stripes and The Strokes alternative rock. With inspirations apparent.. It’s still hard not to say that […]

Seasick Steve: It’s A Long, Long Way…

American singer/songwriter Seasick Steve, aka Steven Gene, released his latest single ‘It’s A Long, Long Way…’ this week, taken from recent offering You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks, which debuted at No 6 in the UK album chart upon release. ‘It’s A Long, Long Way…’ is already a festival singalong favourite among revellers, […]

Scoundrels: Gulf of Mexico

London-based band Scoundrels release single ‘Gulf Of Mexico’ today, taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album, scheduled for release on Monday 27th of June. Scoundrels are the first band signed to re-launched blues label Blue Horizon. ‘Gulf Of Mexico’ is the closing track on the album, but it proved so popular with the record label […]

Introducing: Scoundrels

Firm friends since their school days, Ned Wyndham (25, vocals/guitar), Alex ‘Billy’ Hill (24, bass), Josh Martens (25, drums) and George Elliot (20, drums) bonded over their love of 50s soul, roots, doo wop and classic rock. As the first signing to re-launched label Blue Horizon – which helped to launch the careers of Fleetwood […]

Summer of Love…in Scottish Midwinter

Glasgow’s Haight Ashbury have inevitably been compared to many acts from the swinging 60s and 70s. For Kirsty, (bass and vocals) the strangest of these has been as a psychedelic Abba. When asked if these constant comparisons bother them, they explain that on the contrary, they’re hugely flattered. “We have always looked up to bands […]

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