Sir Madam Bearing Crooked Teeth
Self-Claimed “Indie Garage Rock Band” is a whole lot more than imaginable.
Album Review of Crooked Teeth, Sir Madam’s Debut Album Release
Reviewed by Joseph Timmons of Xombiewoof Magazine
Sir Madam is composed of two very serious, talented and soon to be infamous Musicians – Kishori Holiday on Guitar and Vocals while the rhythm is kept by the formidable percussion style of Andrew Garza. Originating out of Huntington Beach, California, their sound is more back streets New Orleans meets rockabilly Sinister Swing with a hint of Blues just to take the edge off the music fix. Sir Madam is more than just a “two piece garage rock band” as they humbly state in their Facebook and Web Site biography, they have a dark and brooding sound, and as I said before, a bit “Sinister”, luring you in with a smile while hiding the club behind their waistcoat.
Sir Madam’s music is reminiscent of the Pretenders, The Misfits and a bit like The Cramps. Andrew’s evenly rhythmic drumming keeps the music in perfect time and swing, while Kishori’s dark and pleasingly seductive voce in entrancing yet exciting and persuasive. Sir Madame has been compared to other leading duos like The White Stripes and The Black Keys, they look to expand on the groundwork of the bands that came before and will make a strong name for them.
Sir Madam, while being a 2 piece ensemble has surprisingly full sound, Kishori Holiday plays with a ferocity and level of energy that is seen in larger groups, but she does it all on her own. Sir Madame is an enigma, combining the avant-garde, punk-rock-metal, with pop and groove inspirations.
Go to http://xombiewoof.blogspot.com/2014/03/sir-madam-bearing-crooked-teeth.html to read full review, listen to album and see the official Video.
So, What do you think about Sir Madam ?
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