Matsi’s Basement (Polar Vortex Sessions)
Crank this to 5.4 of 11
Genre: Jam rock
Sounds Like: Tom Waits, Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Homeland: Chicago, Illinois
1. Up in Space (5:13)
Creepingly dark opener with flashes of gritty off-beat vocals, the opener that plays like a closer.
2. Rider (5:26)
Up tempo country flavor, appealing warm fretwork.
3. Mystery Cowboy (4:59)
John Denver meets Grateful Dead.
4. June Bird (4:51)
Simple melody filler.
5. Insane (6:16) Standout Track
Jammiest of the lot, tight chords and interesting layout
6. Well Enough Alone (7:29)
Feels like Eric Johnson is making a guest appearance, solid subtle fretwork.
7. No Words (6:32)
A heartfelt tune with relaxing percussion.
8. Vegas (7:17)
A quirky jamming tune to brink the album to a close.
Solid jam landscapes
Vocals that are difficult to swallow
Above average live production
Modest introspective substance
Prolific band cranking out the live jam sessions, check out their wide array of releases
Thee Destroyer- DOUBLE IPA at 9% ABV over 1,400 pounds of malt and hopped at several stages in the brewing process with loads of hops including Glacier, Warrior, Centennial, Amarillo and Citra. The malt stands aside, while the hops and alcohol battle for supremacy.
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