Radkey – St. Elwood – Single Review

The US rock trio Radkey released the single St. Elwood on the 24th.

Radkey - photo credit - Pancakes and Whiskey

Radkey – photo credit – Pancakes and Whiskey

After a long break since being featured in 2015 within the past couple of months two new singles have surfaced – Basement and St. Elwood – with fortune this is indicative of a new LP, or EP at least, on its way imminently.

The compacted high energy rock that Redkey deliver is reminiscent of a new wave / heavy metal crossover, having, as it does, a retrospective bootstrap. Pulsing and emphatic bar endings create the intensity of the music and its tautness which ensures there are no stray hairs on the collar while affording the sharply cut songs their clearly defined and strong presence.

St. Elwood – Single – Radkey is available on iTunes.*

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Radkey – Hunger Pain – Audio

Radkey is an alt-rock trio from the USA.

Radkey

Radkey

From the LP Dark Black Makeup – the seventh of the thirteen tracks – Hunger Pain is a decent place to introduce their work as the rich baritone vocal soars around the room accompanied by a bright bass that punches out of the speakers. The guitar plays on the off-beat giving the track an infectious lilt whilst the percussion delivers clan cut expressions.

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Dark Black Makeup – Radkey is available on iTunes.*

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