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The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz

Radio Moscow

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Riff-heavy ‘60s- and ‘70s-inspired bands like Graveyard, The Heavy Eyes, and Rival Sons are sprouting headbanging audiences both here and abroad, and Iowa’s Radio Moscow (whose first album was produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach) is arguably one of the finest. Basically a duo led by skilled guitarist/drummer/vocalist Parker Griggs (joined here by bassist Zack Anderson), Radio Moscow churns up a roiling stew of psych- and blues-soaked rock ’n’ roll that sounds so authentic you expect whiffs of patchouli and pot smoke to waft from the speakers. Griggs has a gravelly, soulful voice belying his relative youth, and his guitarwork ranges from showy and flamethrowing to fluid and quietly confident. The Great Escape boogies, crunches, and stomps, and it roars with passion for a sound long out of vogue. This record is massive, and it’s saved (barely) from OD’ing on the goods by a few tracks that let it catch its breath. Good save.

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Psychedelic experiment gone so, so right

This record is bigger, better, and crazier than anything RM has done in the past. Parker Griggs is using some new chemicals on this record, like harmonica, rim hits, and samples, to create an even more heavy, psychedelic record than their previous one, 'Brain Cycles.' It's sooooo good, & it's a perfect maturation of an already super-distinct sound. Way to go, RM. One complaint: you guys need to do some all-ages shows, though...

Great Album!!

This is a Great album! so many great bands now like Graveyard, Nitro-Sage, Red Fang.. Check em all out!

THEY'VE DONE IT AGAIN.

Parker can really play the shiz-biz out of the guitar and drums. And Zach locks down the bass. AND MY EARS HURT AND I DON'T CARE. THANK YOU, RADIO MOSCOW, YOU BEAUTIFUL B-WORD. NEVER CHANGE.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Ames, IA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Named for the pre-Cold War precursor to the propaganda outlet Voice of Russia, Radio Moscow are a blues-rock trio from Ames, Iowa, with a similarly anachronistic retro feel. Where bands like the Black Keys (whose guitarist Dan Auerbach produced Radio Moscow's debut album) and the White Stripes play with a stripped-down, modern take on the old power trio sound, Radio Moscow hark back to the glory days of the power trio, when Cream, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and Blue Cheer roamed the earth and the...
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