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Thursday, October 20, 2022

Until The Sun - A Night A The Rhythm Room - New Release Review


I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, A Night At The Rhythm Room, by Until The Sun and it's a solid blues based rocker. Opening with Battle Cry, Alyssa Swartz is upfront on lead vocal and has just the right blend of grit and polish. With Brandon Teskey on guitar, Chris Tex on drums and Glenn Peacock on bass, this band is tight and stout. Southern California born, Teskey opens Hell of a Thing with a red hot blues solo, paving the way for Swartz's vocal lead. This is his showcase and his tone is pure and sweet and his dynamics noteworthy. Very cool. One of my favorite tracks on the release is Death in Disguise with a good emotional balance between Swartz and Teskey. Soul ballad, Burning Home, has some real radio potential with a solid melody, good front work by Swartz and just enough guitar adornment to catch your interest. Wrapping the release is Led Zep's Whole Lotta Love with open guitar interpretation by Teskey over a solid base by Peacock and Tex. A good power closer in a local club by this Phoenix based band. 

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