They Don’t Make Them Like They Used to: Introducing the Timeless and Classy The Record Company

Don't Let Me Get Lonely Cover Art

Rock. Blues. Indie. The first three music tags that the band The Record Company gives in their description on bandcamp. They sold me by the time I saw the combo of rocks and blues (1950’s music holds a dear spot in my heart). If you give their track “Don’t Let Me Get Lonely” a spin, dear god you will be immensely satisfied. You got  that deep bass playing and crooning, evoking the image of the band playing in some deep-smoked club. Not to mention the lyrics are great too, it’s seems innocent enough at first, but contains just enough tension and subtle sexual undertones to anticipate a big rocking explosion. The music never exceeds beyond the cool rockabilly, but that’s the charm of it all . Simply put, The Record Company’s first single is making me beg for more. Damn, somebody call up Ed Sullivan from the dead, he’s got another band to present to adoring females…ehh why not I would be amongst those adoring fans too.

The Record Company consists of:

Chris Vos: vocals, guitars, lap steel, pedal steel, harmonica
Alex Wood: bass, guitars, piano, vocals
Marc Cazorla: drums, piano, vocals

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