Apache Dropout are drenched in retro signifiers. They took their name from a song by 1970s Brit group the Edgar Broughton Band and covered 1910 Fruitgum Company, their album art resembles classic poster styles, and their music bleeds history with its fuzzy garage riffs, cardboard-box beats, crackly movie-dialogue samples, and the Roky Erickson-worthy yelps of rubber-voiced singer Sonny Blood. It’s almost too perfect that the Indiana trio called their last album Bubblegum Graveyard and adorned it with a Tales From the Crypt-style zombie cartoon–their music often sounds like ’60s DIY pop rising from its own ashes.
320 kbps | 107 MB | UL | OB | TB Robert J. Hunter combines his gruff, powerful and distinct voice with rustic, wild bluesy thud of overdriven guitars to create a truly unique sound.Heavily influenced by Peter Green, Rory Gallagher, The Black Crowes, Howlin’ Wolf, Wilko Johnson to name a few, RJH is no […]
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For his first album of his own material in ten years, Dweezil Zappa has applied much of what he has learned from performing his dad’s music over those years. The result is a record that often sounds a bit Frank Zappa-ish, but with Dweezil’s own pop and metal influences thrown into the mix. The opening […]
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