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Naked Remedy – Naked Remedy

June 28, 2010 by  

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Naked Remedy – Naked Remedy

NAME: Naked Remedy
EP: Naked Remedy
DATE: 23August2010



FIVE WORD REVIEW: top notch 70s Garage Rock

LOCATION: Midlands, UK

LINE UP: Dave Small (Vocals), Tom Callinswood (Guitars), Nav Sahota (Bass), Jack Ryland Smith (Drums)

WHAT’S THE STORY?: The Naked Remedy’s debut proudly wears its influences on its sleeve, everywhere from Lynard Skynard to even Queens of the Stone Age, and yet the four tracks here sound refreshing.
There is even a cheeky and strangely superb cover of Candi Staton, given the garage rock makeover of course.
There are no punches pulled, its all here soaring vocals, riffs galore and tons of bass.
‘Low Down’ provides a blues intervention to the straight up rock served on ‘Remedy’ and ‘Freedom’. With even the titles echo back to the 70s.
Naked Remedy make no apologises for their sound, and why should they if it sounds this good.
Here’s hoping the first full length album lives up to the high hopes set here.

SOUNDS LIKE: 70s garage rock with a mix Zeppelin, Skynard etc.

YOU’LL LIKE THIS IF: 70s guitar rock and maybe even Candi Staton.


Submitted By Pauldowney



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