While I surely do love me some electronic pop and rock, I got into this because of the guitars. It’s why the kids went gaga for the rock & roll in the first place. All those glorious guitars. Here’s some six-string glory for ya.
Let’s round ’em up.
Blues rock, lean and mean with a modern sheen. Larkin Poe’s best album yet.
An intriguing mix of 70’s power pop, 80’s heartland rock, 90’s alternative and punk-pop. The occasionally throat-shredding voice might be an acquired taste, but the hooks, the hooks are delicious.
Like a less baritone Johnny Cash singing Tom Petty songs. Take a listen. Would you have guessed he’s from Sweden? Me neither.
Melodic mid-60’s garage rock, 80’s UK indie, a little Velvet Underground, and a singer that sometimes channels David Byrne sounds like an odd combination. But it works.