Exception to the rule? Perhaps. Would you believe that nowadays a young up-and-coming band dares to pattern itself on Neil Young and the singer-/songwriter scene of the sixties and seventies? Black Rust like their instruments acoustic (2 guitars, double bass, piano, mandolin, blues harp, accordion, percussions, drums) and their music is timeless. Devoted to acoustic rock as a main style, the five guys in their early twenties vary between folk and country - sometimes bearing even a faint resemblance to pop music. After many concerts throughout Germany (some of them together with Tomte, Portugal. The Man, Chris & Carla, Jackie Leven, John Watts…) they eventually recorded their first big album in autumn 2007, produced by Robin Proper-Sheppard (Sophia, The God Machine) and mixed by Kenny Jones (The Smiths, Billy Bragg, Sophia). Black Rust stands for honest handmade music and timeless compositions not being afraid of deep emotion or even melancholy.
Edited by BlackRust on 8 Nov 2007, 21:40
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