The Human Project / Press

"Let the Good Times Roll."

“The brainchild of Loyd Vandergriff, this is The Human Project’s fourth album and mixes blues, rock and Americana with aplomb. “The Friday Thang” is an old school rocker, while “River Rock” mixes country / Cajun with rock – an accordion and fiddle fit in well. It’s smooth and enjoyable. Then there’s “Requiem For Washington” which is a slow blues number, the vocals sounding suitably smokey. A similar lyrical content to Steppenwolf’s “Monster”. For the rocker the standout track is “Juke Joint Showdown”, a rocking Southern number. Loyd handles all the vocals and some guitar, and there’s plenty of guests. A good listen, enjoyable, but it’s on the gentle and Americana side of decent blues rock. 3/5 Joe Geesin”

Joe Geesin - GetReadytoRock.com