Introducing The Duffaloes

Allow us to introduce you to The Duffaloes, a band we suspect you will be hearing a lot more of once their debut EP is released this coming August. Only formed a handful of weeks ago, the British outfit is the creation and union of vocalist/guitarist Lee Duffy and guitarist/bassist Lee Williams, two musicians no strangers to the Liverpool music scene through playing in other bands and in other guises over the years. Recently the pair sent over to us a couple of songs from that forthcoming EP and we have to say you are going to like what they have to offer.

The band’s sound going by these tracks is a feisty mix of alternative and melodic rock with numerous other flavours involved and bred in the inspiration to the pair of bands like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, U2, Metallica, Nirvana, and Pearl Jam. Inviting musicians friends to “jump in” and help out live and in the studio, The Duffaloes have a persistent freshness to their music which colludes with their obvious experience and creative maturity and quickly makes a strong impression across the songs Scars and Outside.

Scars is a fiery encounter with a raw grunge tone to its melodic and emotive heart. Straight away it coaxes and teases attention with an opening riff and inviting bassline speared by lively beats. Duffy’s vocals are just as swiftly alluring ears and attention, his great tones a dusky mix of earnest growl and plaintive expression against the web of melodic enterprise cast by the guitars. Like a mix of Jacksons Warehouse and Stone Temple Pilots, the track tenaciously dances in ears, enticing and challenging with its roar and emotive intensity. At times ridiculously catchy and constantly commanding attention, Scars has lead single written all over it, especially once its emerging Pete Wylie like hooks captivate.

There is similar instinctive angst and imagination of sound within Outside but also an individuality which adds even more intrigue and depth to the band’s sound and songwriting. With more of a pop rock air than the rawer texture of its companion, the track still has an edge of attitude and texture which quickly gets its claws into the imagination, the body as swiftly hooked on its lively gait and infectious Echo and The Bunnymen scented chorus.

There is a familiarity to both tracks but nothing especially definable or diluting the strength and pleasure gained with each. Of course two songs is early days to truly assess a band but it is hard not to breed real anticipation for their future and expectations that a great many of you like us will develop a real appetite for their imagination woven rock ‘n’ roll.

Check out The Duffaloes further @ https://www.facebook.com/TheDuffaloes/  and watch out for their debut EP released August 1st.

Pete RingMaster 14/06/2017

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Jacksons Warehouse – Right Here, Right Now

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A constant source of intelligent hook laden songs as thick in passion as they are in insatiable infectiousness, UK rock band Jacksons Warehouse has also shown the ability to write resourceful flights of emotional temptation, and maybe none finer than new single Right Here, Right Now. With an underlying energy and contagion which scoops up feet and emotions in its keen arms, the song is a mesmeric croon of sound and vocals which mix the attractive hooks the band are renowned for with a fresh expansive flight of emotive and sonic expression.

Formed in 2004, the Basildon band has constantly increased their fan base and acclaim through a parade of addiction sparking singles such as the brilliant Hotel by the Sea and their acclaimed and imposingly impressive debut album Homes Next To Houses of 2012. Songs seemingly flow from the minds and talent of the band like water drops from a leaking tap, a constant supply of always attention grabbing offerings which leave a lingering persuasion in varying degrees. Right Here, Right Now is one of their releases which make the strongest impact on ears and imagination, its mellow yet fiery presence a provocative embrace to hungrily immerse in.Shark

Crisp inviting beats from Cy Chant enticingly bait ears first, their gait setting down the keen energy kissed spine of the song. They are soon wrapped in elegant melodies and a darker bass tone, their addition laying down an emotive canvas for the distinctive voice of guitarist Stuart Brown to paint the song’s narrative and heart upon. The slight warble to his husky tones lies perfectly with the almost ethereal caress of keys from Simon Brown and the more intense but as warm strokes of enterprise from the guitars of Marc Barnacle and Stu. It is a transfixing incitement, the sultry glaze of sound tempered skilfully by the shadowed presence and tempting of bass sculpted by Rich Hawkins. The song may be a slower stroll than usually crafted by the band but its infectiousness is just as potent and full, vocally and musically the track almost anthemic in its effect on feet and emotions.

Right Here, Right Now is a treat of a song and marks a new twist in the creativity of a band already no strangers to acclaim if still yet to find the break-through into the strongest spotlight. The new single will do Jacksons Warehouse no harm in that direction though.

Right Here, Right Now is released October 13th

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RingMaster 22/09/2014

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