So, when you're home and crook with the flu, what better way to pass the time than listening to some new, newish and to be released local tunes! Our own germ-infected Roo had a cup of tea and a listen to some great local singles for Big Red Roo's Little Red Reviews. The sitch is this - Roo listens to a single only once and writes what stands out while she's listening to it. If you'd like a Little Red Review of your single, please get in touch with us via roosliveexperience at gmail dot com or our contact form.
Click on the title of each song to listen for yourself. Happy listening. XO
The Lonely Break by Mexican Nightsnake If this song doesn't end up on a Tarantino Soundtrack, I don't wanna live on this planet anymore. A gritty, albeit clear sound and so much character. Extremely groovy.
Doin The Grind by The Unknowns It starts catchy and boppy and it doesn't stop. This track is the sound that we all know and love from this group. This track is more polished, but doesn't lose any of the energy, retro charm and rock and roll fun we're all used to.
Brain Hammer by Monster Fodder Pure, fast, heavy Rock and roll with a cool film clip to boot. Tight as hell. If you like Motorhead, you should listen to this!
To be released - Drown by Kaloptic Moody, tight and well-produced. This track takes me back to the heavier and more progressive sounds of the 90s. A real headbanger.
CONFLICT/RESOLVE by Regular Gonzales Stretch your neck muscles before listening to this one, kiddos! Heavy. As. Fuck. You will be launching yourself around the room and into walls/furniture with this song at full volume!
Rock n Roll by Tokyo Beef Get some groovy Rock and Roll in your earholes! I double dare you not to sing along to this one! Catchier than Influenza on public transport! Cool film clip, too!