July 2014 National Music Reviews

Review: The Ghost Wolves – Man, Woman, Beast

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The Ghost Wolves
Man, Woman, Beast
Plowboy Records
Street: 05.27
The Ghost Wolves = Highasakite + Blood Orange + The White Stripes

Punk infused blues/rock has never sounded sexier than it has on The Ghost Wolves first full length album, Man, Woman, Beast. The Austin TX based duo first started wandering around the mainstream back in 2013 and were crowd favorites at the SXSW that same year. One year later the husband and wife team started working on this project at Arlyn Studios (Where Ray Charles and Willie Nelson have also taped) and churned out 13 grizzly garage rock tracks. Man, Woman, Beast will have you laughing, crying and potentially smashing some shit, too. The second track, Gonna Live, is probably the best and most complete example of what this band is. With 500 plus shows under their belt so far I would highly suggest checking out their charismatic stage performances on YouTube. This is a very solid debut with more hopefully to come. –Benjamin Tilton

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