title of The Telegenic’s new
album is appropriate: there’s a real sense of pedal-to-the-floor,
caution-to-the wind attitude in their classic rock sound.
The vocals are belted, the guitars are cranked, and the
tunes give you the sense you’re flying down a country
road on a Friday night with Tom Petty alongside as your
On asphalt-gasoline-chrome-flesh-blood-n-bone it’s
the crunching guitars that take the songs to another level.
The production is solid, but appropriately rough enough
to keep the songs a little edgy. And with 14 solid tunes,
there’s plenty of rock n’ roll and guitar leads
to go around.
Track: Track 11, “Last Time Around”