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RingMaster Review: Hipbone Slim and the Kneetremblers "Ugly Mobile"

With some artists, the news of a new release sparks a twitch in the hips and itch in the feet. Such it is with Hipbone Slim and the Kneetremblers after enjoying four slabs of the band’s individual rock ‘n’ roll, and such it was coming into new album Ugly Mobile. Containing fourteen slices of multi-flavoured incitements bred on the seeds of original rhythm ’n’ blues, the album is manna for the ears and a puppeteer to the body. Released via the ever treat giving Dirty Water Records, the press release for Ugly Mobile stated that the album is the band’s “finest offering so far!” After the umpteenth romp with the irresistible release, we can find no reasons to disagree.

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Red Rocket Zine: Hipbone Slim and the Kneetremblers "Square Guitar"

Sir Bald Diddley The inexhaustible back on the front of the stage with a new registered with Kneetremblers LP , it was bound to do so. Signed in Rennes Beast Records for the LP (the previous four were released on the label Beatman , Voodoo Rhythm) and Dirty Water Records (London) for the CD, Square Guitar fits perfectly into the bottomless discography of the man widely and should satisfy aficionados.

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Dig It!: The Kneejerk Reactions "The Indestructible Sounds Of ..."

For their second album in six years (the first was published by Screaming Apple), the Kneejerk Reactions field a dozen titles under the patronage of the rhythm'n'blues of Chuck ,Howlin Wolf and Bo, proudly irrigated by the 60s British beat of the Downliners Sect or Yardbirds, and with  organ at the checkout for a clear garage sound.

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Making Time: The Kneejerk Reactions "The Indestructible Sounds Of ..."

And to finish to more garage and rock 'n roll with The Kneejerk Reactionscomandados by Sir Bald Diddley (aka Hipbone Slim) that sends to their INDESTRUCTIBLE THE SOUNDS OF THE KNEEJERK REACTIONS, sounds nailed in first half of sixty with an unbeatable English mixture of beat and R&B and North American garage “loaded with grab-your-throat to guitar riffs, snarling vocals, wailing harp and much maraca shaking”. They would be the pride of the Downliners Sect!

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