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Here's a band called Dracula Legs who I've not heard before. They're from London via various places. One of them is from Canada and I'm assuming that he's the singer because that accent doesn't sound like it's from this side of the Atlantic. They play a nasty swaggering hard country-blues type thing. It's quite snotty and a bit grungey, a little bit Nick Cave, a little bit Mule, a little bit Gallo ...

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Heartburn Destination by Dracula Legs
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 15 April 2014

Here's a band called Dracula Legs who I've not heard before. They're from London via various places. One of them is from Canada and I'm assuming that he's the singer because that accent doesn't sound like it's from this side of the Atlantic. They play a nasty swaggering hard country-blues type thing. It's quite snotty and a bit grungey, a little bit Nick Cave, a little bit Mule, a little bit Gallon Drunk, a little bit Meat Puppets. Not bad.

On the A side the singer's baritone croon clashes nicely with the scratchy, breakneck guitars. Things slow down a bit (but not much) on the other side and the vocals are distorted and it's a bit kind of White Stripes-via-Mudhoney. There's a cheesy guitar solo but they never venture too far into Blueshammer territory. If you're into the more countryish side of grunge this'll probably make you dance around a bit.


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