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Sik Mule – Smile at the Devil: Sultry and Slick Hard Rock

Every so often an Alt Rock artist emerges who makes the painful endeavour of trudging through the assimilative array of unimaginative music worth it. After listening to Sik Mule’s single “Smile at the Devil” we can confirm that they’re one of the rare authentically alluring powerhouses bringing hard-hitting rock into a brand-new era.

There’s still the sultry slick rhythm in the guitars and restraint-less swagger in the vocals. But there are also plenty of other aural treats thrown into Smile at the Devil such as tension building minimalistic blues riffs soaring around slightly ominous vocals and occultist lyrics.

The Houston, Texas-based artist is perceptibly one to watch. There may be plenty of bands which play with spooky themes, but none of them quite do it in the same irresistibly bluesy manner as Sik Mule

You can check out Smile at the Devil along with the rest of the tracks from Sik Mule’s EP “Skeleton Man” by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

All Music Blues Country

Rockabilly Meets Country in Reatha Pitman’s Latest Single “Hittin the Road”

“Hittin the Road” is just one of the standout singles from up and coming Country artist Reatha Pitman’s 2018 album “Road on Which We Travel” which you’ll want to check out if you’re on the hunt for nostalgic Blues.

The single has an infectiously authentic wanderlust Country feel, and Reatha Pitman certainly doesn’t fail to hook you in with her charismatic and passionate vocals which verse the imagery-spilling lyrics. To make sure that Hittin the Road resonated with distinction, the American artist created the soundscape through a mix of Country rhythm, Rockabilly riffs, and a touch of Swamp Rock.

It definitely wouldn’t be a surprise to see Reatha Pitman’s name at the top of the Country charts.

You can check out Reatha Pitman’s latest single Hittin the Road for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast