“Devil’s Dance is about stealing the soul of a man who wants talent and fame, but loses it all as the devil claims her prize and leads him away from everything he desires.”
But that’s also the beauty of our band, we don’t pigeonhole ourselves in any way. We can and we want to do it all. On the next album, we want to experiment even more, maybe give the sound a real indie vibe, who knows.
The track is dripping in it and if you want a comparative as to what you can expect when listening to it, imagine if Howlin’ Wolf and Lynyrd Skynrd has teamed up to release a bluesy rock and roll track that was wrapped up in the soul and groove that Stevie Wonder made his name with.
Complemented by Nikki Misery on rhythm guitar, Austin Ingerman on lead guitar, Frankie Sil on Bass, with Longineu W. Parsons completing the line-up on drums, this surely is their moment. A whistle-stop tour through the UK, selling out the last venue in the run, will be a great boon for future tours to this country.
If you’re in London today (February 28th)… “Unbroken” will be re-recorded with members of a British military veterans’ choir and Prince Harry at the famed Abbey Road Studios.
The audience will comprise of invited members of the media, television, fashion and the music world as well as an allocation of tickets for the general public. The VLR Awards are a truly unique, international event celebrating the legends of our music scene.
2019 saw Daxx & Roxane reach a staggering 150% of their kick-starter campaign to fund their second long player which is due out in May 2020. The album was produced by Temple of One / ex Inglorious axeman Colin Parkinson.
As a concept idea of an imaginary compilation album it works well, especially with the authenticity provided by using period instruments and equipment. However, for me, the radio station format is just annoying, and I’m glad that with digital downloads I can just skip those tracks.
The prize for the best title has to go to ‘Monkeys with Money & Guns’, a tongue in cheek rascal of a tune and hip in its funky blues-ness. And if you want a slice of ‘Hey Big Spender’, high kicking jollity, look no further than ‘Deep Water’ brought together with a superb chorus and hard-hitting brass section.