Album Review – RON GALLO – Heavy Meta

Rock And Roll

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It’s no secret that I’m a bit of a sucker for two things: a clever name (either band or album), and something a bit weird. This ticks both boxes. Heavy Meta came out earlier in the year, and I’ve only just discovered it which is a bit of shame as I could have spent the last couple of months listening to it. Better late than never though, right?

As well as having the best folkie fro since Tim Buckley, Ron Gallo has produced one of the most interesting records I’ve heard recently. It mixes a 60’s garage band sound with a bit of classic rock and a punk ethic. It’s a bit difficult to place in terms of genre, but based on the vocals and guitars, let’s go for halfway between The Cramps and the B52s. That’s probably about as good as anything else I could come up with.

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