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Illusion is Mad Painter’s Single

Good Day Noir Family,
welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured band is Mad Painter and their Single Illusion.

Illusion is Mad Painter’s Single

This musical project immediately hooked me.

An infectious energy that made me raise my arm with the horns pointed toward the sky.

This band is inspired by the real rock of the 70s. A free and sincere psychedelic rock that does not follow commercial rules but only instinct.

Mad Painter colors our life with its music.

In a difficult time for the world, there is someone who looks back and reminds us that the human race has also done fantastic things in the past such as Woodstock for example.

I didn’t find any flaws with their way of making music, their vintage vision is solid and the performance by all the band’s members is perfect for the genre.

We are faced with musicians with a great compositional experience behind them. A great discovery that I recommend everyone to go and listen to.

Illusion is Mad Painter’s Single Out Now!

Pure Rock!

Illusion is Mad Painter’s Single

Mad Painter is a new band in the Boston area, deeply rooted in the melodic rock tradition of the 1970s. They play mostly original music, ranging from Woodstock-era psychedelic rock to glam- tinged rock’n’roll a-la Mott the Hoople and the Faces and to epic heavy anthems in the vein of Uriah Heep. It consists of four individuals with wildly ranging backgrounds.

At the center of Mad Painter is Alex Gitlin, the songwriter and creator of the concept. He is backed capably by drummer Al Hendry (Bubba Loaf, Tokyo Tramps), Vocalist Julie Gee, as well as bassist Kenne Highland, a true veteran of the Boston rock scene (ex-Gizmos, Hopelessly Obscure, Johnny & The Jumper Cables, Africa Corps.) and the newest addition is guitarist Al Naha (Thighscrapers), who plays with Kenne in Kenne Highland Airforce.

They’ve played, in different line-ups and guises, many venues around the Boston area, such as the MIT, Out of the Blue Gallery, McGann’s, Hennessy’s, Club Bohemia, The Jungle Community Music Club and C Note in Hull, as well as the Winter Tanglefest in the Poconos. It’s always a good time when you come to their shows, and you know what to expect – nostalgic 70s rock vibes and stage gear to match, great musicianship and songs that will make you get up and bop around, singing and clapping along. A party.

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