LOOSE JETS – Loose Jets (November 17, 2017)

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North Carolina rockers Loose Jets are to release their self-titled album on November 17, 2017, via their own label and in conjunction with the Blue Troubadour label.

Rock and roll music refines and unearths itself regardless of whether it’s in the zeitgeist. Good bands look forward as they look back, incorporating what they love with what feels good. In short, they keep on playing and make albums that age well and write songs people find no matter what year it is.

N.C.’s Loose Jets’ self-titled full-length has ten songs with a mix of vibes beginning to end, led by two singers, and made from years of wisdom, playing in bands, and an unending desire for creating combustible, swagger-filled songs.

Its members have a lengthy history in North Carolina bands – Chad Heye (The Needles, Sweetfeed), James Sardone (Burnley Bros., Steve Albini-produced Brickbat), Chris Bare (Mountain Thrower) and Chuck Spry (Mike Slaton Band). They bring those experiences and their music tastes to Loose Jets, a varied album that’s gritty rock and roll that at times feels slightly haunted.

On songs boasting grooves more than caustic bravado and showy playing, the band comes into view. They deliver nuance on “Last Goodbye” (and subtle organ playing from Jason Woolwine) and bookend “Sacred T-Shirt” with a little Pink Floyd atmosphere. Heye and Sardone sing five songs each, contrasting timbres that are at once soulful and baring fangs.

Heye remains a dynamic guitar player, crafting riffs that sound fun and dangerous. As a singer, he mixes snarl and cool ferocity on vocals burning through songs like “In Love with the Night” and “Watch Me Disappear,” an album highlight that’s soaked in attitude and pure abandon.

Things get a little trippy on “Hollow Earth” and there’s a solid road song with “Where it All Began.” They deliver a fine rootsy number with “(Can’t) Leave It Alone,” another album highlight, one akin to 70’s rockers Faces and features soulful, contrasting vocals from Sardone.

The band:
Chad Heye – guitars/vocals
James Sardone – guitars/vocals
Chuck Spry – drums/vocals
Chris Bare – bass

Recorded with engineer Ian Millard (Valient Thorr, Thunderlip, Patrick Carr) at his Dogwood Lane Recording Studio in Wilmington, N.C. where he has earned a solid reputation for recording metal, hard rock, and folk acts and presenting music in a way that captures each artist’s individuality.

Loose Jets track listing:
1. “Sacred T-Shirt”
2. “Where It All Began”
3. “Watch Me Disappear”
4. “In Love With The Night”
5. “(Can’t) Leave It Alone”
6. “Nothing Left Of You”
7. “Last Goodbye”
8. “Mary”
9. “See Your Face Again”
10. “Hollow Earth”

Whilst we at Decibel Geek were told the album would not be available until November 17, you can actually buy the digital version now, HERE.



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