rhythm & blues
I have been a fan of The Record Company ever since I heard Bryan Childs spin a track of theirs on Ninebullets radio. Chris Vos, Alex Stiff and Marc Cazorla play a cool sound that is part rockabilly, part rhythm and blues and all great music.
This past July they released their debut EP, Superdead. I went back and forth on what kind of review to write and finally decided to let the band and their music do most of the talking.
My favorites are, well all of them. I like the guitars, the drums and I will never say no to more bass. From the rockin’ beat of Don’t Let me Get Lonely to the gritty drums of Medicine Man and all the way to the soulful This Crooked City – this is awesome music.
Check out this video for Don’t Let Me Get Lonely -
The new EP is available to download for free over on bandcamp or from a link on the band’s website. They also have some nice vinyl for sale.
(The This Crooked City/Tallahassie Lassie limited edition 45 has me considering picking up a turntable)
You can like the guys on their Facebook page and follow them on Twitter @therecordcomp.