"Believe me folks when I say Geezer's EP is a work of genius. Stoner Rock of the highest order...", and goes on to call it, "Brilliant and Highly Recommended"
"Ridin' down the highway through the country, the sun spins in the sky creating a warm blanket of light. When that happens, pull over to the side of the road and press play."
“The bass is a leviathan of low end rumble, the blues guitar forging molten riffs of iron and steel, and the drum work massive and purposeful.”
“Smoke-tinged vocals, orange amped guitars and hard rhythms combine to form a sound like Charley Patton getting into a fist fight with Junior Kimbrough over who gets the last bottle of hooch in an old liquor store.”
“there’s an authenticity about Geezer that instantly puts them above their peers; the whiskey-soaked growl of Pat Harrington will take you down the Midwestern delta once more, while Harrington’s heartfelt, gut-level grooves are reminiscent of ZZ Top circa 1973.”
“Handmade Heavy Blues is a deep and heavy blues based rock. Imagine The Black Keys with a bit more evil in them, n more “Lonely Boy.” Geezer even sounds a bit like Larmon Clamor mixed with a little Five Horse Johnson. Either way you look at it, you’re getting a heavy blues album that covers it all.”
“Fans of Five Horse Johnson or Heavy Eyes will find a lot to love from this New York power trio, but fans of Robert Johnson, Son House, Willie Brown, etc. might love it even more. Rating 4/5”
"Classic blues, liberal harmonica and slide guitar use, crunching guitars, great grooves and raspy whiskey-soaked vocals, that's what Geezer brings to the table. "
“Review of debut NYC Show: Ya felt ya was listening to a piece of history in the making! There is something so raw and beautiful about those deep heavy riffs dished out with such an earnest love of rock.”