‘A whiff of Chess Chicago Blues filtered through a rock lens with psychedelic touches and explosive bottleneck slide… Blues which is still able to surprise – not too swamped with respect, however respectful it is of the masters.’ – Bruno Conti on ‘Howl’

‘Flickering with a beat last heard in the most dirty and genuine of the early-‘60s English bands… Shifting from John Lee Hooker and Elmore James, to the hill country blues of RL Burnside… hypnotic blues boogie drifting into ‘60s psych.’ – Buscadero on ‘Howl’

‘Throwing in a few surprises, it is the ability of this band to take you on a journey… without seeming stale or contrived, that impresses most – it bodes well for their future. ’ – Blues Bunny on ‘Howl’

‘Sparse sounding electric guitar and keyboards, over which hauntingly primeval vocals rise up… in the best traditions of Howlin’ Wolf and John Lee Hooker.’ – Blues Matters on ‘Bandit Blues Motel’

‘Delivering in nearly top form… The Fever backs him up with raw instrumentation… sounding like Nirvana (and) Howlin’ Wolf.’ – Blues Blast Magazine on ‘Bandit Blues Motel’

‘He’s got the blues in his soul and no desire to make it easy for you. A cigarettes and whiskey atmosphere effectively invoked… following a path with undeniable authority…’ – Blues Bunny on ‘Last Train’

‘Inspirational and off-the-wall blues… Strikingly original neologism blues for those wishing to extend the boundary.’ – Blues Matters on ‘Last Train’

‘One of the UK’s best blues vocalists’ –

‘…He could persuade Captain Beefheart to come back from heaven…’ – Massive Talent 

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