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Single Serving: Radio Moscow – The Stranger

Psychedelic. Blues. Rock. Sometimes times call for rock ‘n roll so fiery it’ll singe your neighbor’s neighbor’s toast. Indeed, if you’re looking for a break from all things chill, dreamy, or shimmery then guitarist/drummer/singer/songwriter Parker Griggs has got your back. He’s joined by bassist Billy Ellsworth and drummer Lonnie Blanton in NorCal-via-Iowa bluesy psych-rock trio Radio Moscow. This jam was released as part of a compilation for Alive Records. I think you’ll enjoy it as much as I have been.

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Posted by Matthew Hickey

Matthew is the music editor and co-founder of Turntable Kitchen. He’s addicted to vinyl records, pour over coffee, craft beer, small batch bourbon, and pan roasting pork chops.

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  • Lord Amon

    Sexy psychedelic heavy blues rock, grinding and heavy as you’ve always wanted it.

    Though I find issue with the band’s ‘alternative’ label— if psychedelic blues rock is indie/alternative, then I guess we can start calling any and every form of rock post 1991 ‘alternative’, even the non-alternative genres.

  • Sel Melvin

    On that topic, there’s a big 4 of modern psyche-blues rock; Orange Alabaster Mushroom, Rival Sons, The Temples, and Radio Moscow.

  • Yeah, the terms “alternative” and “indie” have lost *nearly* all meaning. They mostly have value in terms of signifying potential audiences. It’s my belief that by calling a band “alternative” or “indie” you’re really speaking to whom you think would like the music as opposed to what the band actually sounds like.

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