10 Songs, 27 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Starcrawler’s key reference points—The Stooges, Black Sabbath, Sex Pistols, T. Rex—are all old enough to be their grandparents. However, the L.A. quartet attack their swaggering, Ryan Adams-produced songs with such conviction and vitality that they always sound bracingly fresh. With jagged riffs and a pneumatic beat that carries the track to completion in under 90 seconds, opener “Train” is a thrilling statement of intent, while “I Love LA” and “Let Her Be” demonstrate the value of packing a robust tune beneath the noise and posturing.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Starcrawler’s key reference points—The Stooges, Black Sabbath, Sex Pistols, T. Rex—are all old enough to be their grandparents. However, the L.A. quartet attack their swaggering, Ryan Adams-produced songs with such conviction and vitality that they always sound bracingly fresh. With jagged riffs and a pneumatic beat that carries the track to completion in under 90 seconds, opener “Train” is a thrilling statement of intent, while “I Love LA” and “Let Her Be” demonstrate the value of packing a robust tune beneath the noise and posturing.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings
20 Ratings
Jc24: ,

Rock Gods

A little Patti Smith, a little Jack White, a little Angie from Ultrabait. This band rocks!

Gavin Pershey ,

AWESOME

Love it, this album is inspiring me so much already. It has the crunchy ness of jack white and the boldness of metal

Momo 2 0 1 2 ,

OMG 😲 🙌🏻

Reminds me of The Runaways ❤️