Arriving November 6th is the return of the progressive rock band, DarWin with their follow-up album "DarWin 2: A Frozen War." The band is made up of some of some of the most amazing musicians in rock like, Simon Phillips (Toto, The Who), Matt Bissonette (David Lee Roth, Elton John), Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big, Winery Dogs), Greg Howe (Michael Jackson) plus others who have join DarWin on this latest rock adventure. The new five track release begins with short, seven-minute piece that weaves its way around hard rock riffs and folk melodies, in order to showcase the stellar musicianship on this album. DarWin and the band get the energy flowing with the high-powered attack of "Future History," which continues to flow into the more melodic tone of "Eternal Life." DarWin closes out his new album with the pop/rock duet of "Another Year," which only leave you wanting more from this artist. There is a double LP release of "DarWin 2: A Frozen War," which includes the original album, plus reinterpretations of the songs done unplugged and orchestral. To find out more about DarWin and his latest release "DarWin 2: A Frozen War," please visit darwin.is.
Guitarist Robin Trower, vocalist Maxi Priest and musician/songwriter Livingstone Brown have teamed up for the release of their new album "United State Of Mind." These three iconic artists came together to blend their talents along these nine new tracks that showcase each of their strengths. The album begins with the bluesy feel of the title song "United State Of Mind," led by some sweet guitar licks from Robin Trower. The R&B flow of "We Are Just People" matches Priest's vocal style perfectly, as you easily get lost into song's seventies-funk groove. The talents and experience of Livingstone Brown shine on the addictive melody of "Good Day," which plays sweetly next to Trower's guitar work. The slow sway of "Bring It All Back To You" allows Maxi Priest to pull you in with his emotional vocals, before this trio closes out their new album with the burning reggae/blues of "Sunrise Revolution" and the enlightening "Where Our Love Came From." To find out more about this new album from Robin Trower, Maxi Priest and Livingstone Brown, please visit maxipriest.com.
New York's iconic garage rock band, the Fuzztones are celebrating their 40th anniversary a new album "NYC," as a homage to their home town of New York City. This new fifteen track release is pure straight-up rock and roll with no filler, beginning with their raw cover of Frank Sinatra's "New York New York." The Fuzztones deliver a sixties-style rock vibe to "Flip Your Wig," which "New King Of Kick" has a punk attitude attached to is guitar-fuzz sound. Speaking of punk, the Fuzztones also cover The Ramones's classic "53rd & 3rd" and The Fugs's "Skin Flowers" with passion and purpose. They perfectly add their special touch to "High Tension Wire," delivering a modern raw rocking version of the song, while "Babylon" is a pure buzzsaw of guitars and harmonies. The Fuzztones wrap up their New York City tribute with the sixties-sounding, garage rock romp of "Let Me Dream" and the their iconic cover of Patti Smith's "Dancing Barefoot." To find out more about the Fuzztones and their latest release "NYC," please visit cleorecs.com.