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Geezer / Press

“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.”