Tia Carrera – Heaven/Hell EP – Review

June 22, 2007

Three cuts of improvised acid rock trio zonerism. It’s pretty much based on the fertile ’67-’72 best remembered from Hendrix’s “The Star Spangled Banner.”

Amplified Heat – Review

February 16, 2007

If your train stops for ’70s ZZ Top, Hognose, The Brought Low, George Thorogood, or the Black Crowes with Jimmy Page thing, it can pull in here.

Cardinale – 31:13 – Review

October 6, 2006

“Heavy” as in the emotional, if not bludgeoning sense. Maybe less drone and drift, linking it to a couple older era’s “progressive” rock works.

RPG – Full Time – Review

June 13, 2005

The sort of hot recording that always sounds loud, even if the volume at a reasonable level. The songs are simple, but loud, catchy, well-written, and clever.

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