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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Review : RedBelt - Beautiful surround


RedBelt - Beautiful surround (2016) Independent
Produced by Redbelt / Michael McGinley
ROCK
Tracks : 1.Crossed wires 2.American mercy 3.Got it made 4.Shoot it all the time 5.Beautiful surround 6.Sweet release 7.Cold 8.30 Seconds 9.Pretty little pieces 10.Throw away 11.Golden sidewalks 12.Bones 13.Hard light
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3,5 out of 5

Time for some basic rock and roll with traces of 70´s punk from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. "Beautiful surround" is the debut full length from RedBelt and it´s definitely the album if you´re looking for some good time rock and roll that ain´t so polished.
Forget about auto-tune or computerized pop here, there are no DJ´s in sight in RedBelt´s music. This is as much live in the studio as a record could get, I bet this band doesn´t have to rely on backing tracks when they perform on stage.
And I really appreciate the awesome bassplaying from Ricky Ganiere, it´s an underrated instrument that is more important in the music than people can believe.
For fans of New York Dolls, Eddie and The Hot Rods, The Jam.
Highlights : Cold, Throw away, Beautiful surround.

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