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Apache Rose

Tiny Love (digital single)

Review by Gary Hill
This new single from Russian band Apache Rose shows off an intriguing style. The sound here has modern and classic rock elements merged into an effective piece of music. I can't wait to hear more for this act.

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Track by Track Review
Tiny Love
There is a killer funky bass groove as this tune opens. The vocal line is very repetitive on the introduction. It works out to a more standard vocal bit as the cut really kicks into being. This is a powerhouse stomper that really drives and works particularly well. It's often screaming hot, while also having some catchy hooks. I can make out some comparisons to Red Hot Chili Peppers being appropriate, but only if you add in some more mainstream hard rock like Black Crowes. They also drop it to a slightly mellower, melodic movement mid-track, too. This is a killer tune and a great introduction to the artist.
 
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