Girls on Grass (from the album Dirty Power available as a self-release)
Who wants to dance? Girls on Grass give up a beat on the opening cut from their recent release, Dirty Power, looking to hang where the real fun happens “Down at the Bottom”. Dirty Powerkeeps the rhythm section busy while Girls on Grass multi-task their tunes, taking a cue from the Punk Rock playbook when “Because Capitalism” slaps down a rhythmic political message as the band soundtrack a front-of-stage love scene on “Friday Night” and run with the pack to make a break “Into the Sun”. Girls on Grass stick to the Roots of a Rock’n’Roll formula that packs guitar jangle and an indestructible backbeat into three minutes of glory, the double guitars of GoG adding in touches of twang (“Thoughts are Free”) and feral riffs (“Street Fight”).
Produced by Eric Ambel (Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, The Del Lords, Blood Oranges, Steve Earle & The Dukes, The Yayhoos), Dirty Powershowcases the diversity of a four-piece rock’n’roll band. The Brooklyn-based crew strum a sad front porch Country ramble that finds support in the garage rock rhythm of “Got to Laugh to Keep from Cryin’” as Girls on Grass head to a basement bar for a performance of “John Doe” and take the subway out to the beach for the surf-infused instrumental in “Asesino”.
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