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Rabbit Hole is Ruby Topaz’s Album Out Now

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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 feature Duo is Ruby Topaz and their album Rabbit Hole.

Rabbit Hole is Ruby Topaz’s Album Out Now

The first band that came to my mind as soon as I started listening to the song that gives the title of the album “Rabbit Hole” is Kula Shaker.

Oriental atmospheres mixed with classic rock… simply fantastic!

Surely we are faced with trained musicians with a great compositional experience behind them.

The chord progression of these songs is impeccable and keeps the listener glued from the first to the last second.

This is real rock, no strings attached. The world needs this kind of music, made of real instruments and not beats and computers. Rabbit Hole is a beautiful album, full of energy, epic and intense.

The vocal and musical interpretations are impeccable. In some moments the singer’s voice made me think of Alice Cooper in others Brian Johnson.

Ruby Topaz is a great band and they produce great quality music.

Rabbit Hole is Ruby Topaz’s Album Out Now!

Pure Rock!

Rabbit Hole is Ruby Topaz’s Album Out Now

With influences as far-ranging as The Beatles, Queen, Led Zeppelin and the Mahavishnu Orchestra, virtuoso musician Mark Bram and his alter ego/band Ruby Topaz bring an encyclopedic knowledge of all things rock to their signature sound. More importantly, they exhibit sincerity and devotion to their musical lineage in their artistic approach. On new album “Rabbit Hole”, Ruby Topaz invite the listener along for a thrilling, electrified journey featuring fresh conjuring’s of ancient rock spirits.

When asked to describe his band, lead vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist Mark Bram said: ‘We have the glam and theatrics of Cooper and Bowie, the sophisticated rock of Queen, the power and urgency of early Zeppelin with the melodic prowess of early Beatles’.

“Rabbit Hole” showcases an old school approach to musicianship, songwriting, showmanship and production – real people playing real instruments, innovating in every possible way. Mark Bram’s trademark high-pitched vocal range was inspired by Robert Plant and Freddie Mercury. ‘I got the power from Mercury and the highness from Plant.’ Mark Bram also serves as a genuine modern guitar hero. Inspired by 60’s and 70’s guitar heroes like Jimmy Page, Brian May, Tony Iommi, Jeff Beck, Rick Derringer, Johnny Winter, Peter Frampton, Joe Walsh, Ronnie Montrose, Mick Ronson, Mark delivers tasteful pyrotechnics within the context of great songs.

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