To create their latest single The Good Side took all the best elements from seminal Rock n Roll artists and created their own brand of palpably sweet rock. Whilst their sound may not be prodigally inclined their ability to create a soundscape that feels like home is almost unparalleled. Their traditional styling is complemented by the raw energy being projected into the microphone and the audible synergy of the instrumentalists as the progressions of sound weave together concordantly for the ultimate taste of raucous alchemy. So, it’s safe to say their recent release of It Don’t Matter is an offering of rhythm drenched Rock n Roll. The quintessential energy created by the powerhouse of artists is surely not a sound that any Rock-inclined audiophile could resist.
It really is no wonder why The Good Side have already sold out at the major Rock venues in Nashville after the release of their debut EP which was released back in 2009.
Review by Amelia Vandergast