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Rock And Roll Samurai is Mad Painter’s Single

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Mad Painter in the past but they are back with a new cool single and I want to share my opinion about it.

Rock And Roll Samurai is Mad Painter’s Single

The beginning of this song made me think of a video game…Ghosts’N Goblins.

While listening to this epic tune I imagined being inside the video game and like a Samurai I was killing all the zombies that came against me.

Mad Painter’s music is fun and manages to entertain you from the first to the last second with its rhythmic and harmonic variations.

The bridge around minute 2.40 where a drum solo has been inserted is absolutely original. Honestly, only a few times have I heard song dynamics dedicate such a long space to the drums.

It is precisely these ideas that make the music of this band experimental and unique.

Mad Painter’s creativity is indisputable and I recommend them again to everyone.

Rock And Roll Samurai is Mad Painter’s Single Out Now!

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Rock And Roll Samurai is Mad Painter’s Single

Rock And Roll Samurai is the second single off Mad Painter’s upcoming “Splashed” album.

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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