The Black Belles, The Black Keys, The Detroit Cobras, Jace Everett, The Dead Weather.
Deathproof, The Switchblade Sisters, Girl on a Motorcycle, Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
Leather, denim, gingham, bouffant hair, pussy bows.
If any of the above appeal to you, hop in your Chevy and zoom down to your local record store to pick up Wicked Will, the fourth album from Nashville-based garage rock trio The Ettes...
City Grrrl sounds like The Donnas with glo sticks, and Echo Of Love provides some pleasantly unexpected melodies before star track You Could Have It All bursts in with some pure pop power. With delicate piano trickling over squelchy bass, solid riffs and uncharacteristically emotionally honest lyrics, CSS display an evolution in their sound on this track for the first time...
The ten spacious tracks on their debut ‘American Primitive’ are a seamless fusion of alt country and laid-back electronica. Sounding as though they could have been penned by a modern-day Neil Young, these steamy, dreamy songs are both contemporary and inescapably rural. Eckman’s BA in Philosophy and Huber’s classical background contribute to songs that are long and atmospheric but always layered and stirring.