Album Reviews / Americana / Country / Southern Rock

ALBUM REVIEW: The Black Crowes | Croweology

written by Chris Familton The Black Crowes were somewhat out of step with the times when they first emerged amid the hysteria of grunge in the early 90s. Their sound was traditional blues soaked American rock with flashes of gospel influence, southern rock and nods to americana and country. They really had little in common … Continue reading

Album Reviews / Americana / Southern Rock

ALBUM REVIEW: The Drive-By Truckers | The Big To-Do

written by Chris Familton Drive-By Truckers return with their tenth album, a landmark in any band’s history, proving that they are still remarkably consistent with their quality control and ability to create musical stories that captivate and enthrall the listener. This time round The Big To-Do loosely deals with crime and (self)-punishment but these heavy subjects … Continue reading