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Them Vibes / Press

“Each song possesses its own wealth of musical nature, whether that be the catchy quality of “Lorelei” or the harmonic layers of “Need Somebody.” The collage of Shine On perfectly encapsulates Them Vibes’ introduction to the scene in a way that sonically echoes each man’s character of authenticity through unrelenting vocals and driving rhythms.”

"They rock pretty hard... I really weighed playing a couple of different tracks, but that {Lorelei} was the one I thought was most Lightning 100 friendly... That's a really great band called Them Vibes."

“Shine On is a mix of early Van Halen harmonies, Americana like the Black Crowes at their best, and the gem mint recordings of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jack White, and smooth Led Zeppelin. Is "new classic" a term? Every track just hits your brain like it's a song you always knew, yet it's completely brand new. Shine On is a good friend."”

“Through Them Vibes and “Shine On”, Alex and Larry have written and played the raw, honest songs they were meant to bring to life. Their sound carries influences ranging from the gritty rock of The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin, the rhythmic sway of The Black Crowes and Tom Petty, and the intimate harmonies of Simon & Garfunkel and The Band. Why don’t you just listen to this for yourself:”

“The album delivers ass-kicking rock and foot-stomping roots at a perfect ratio. “Shine On” has a very well thought-out flow to it, building up and mellowing out at just the right times. Guns blaze and guitars shred with the albums opener “Cryin’ Shame,” and the following track “Woo Who” pays swampy, Southern-rock homage to the Black Crowes...”