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Bad Honey ~ BAD HONEY EP Review

Susan Varnes-Newland
MUSIC REVIEW by Susan Varnes-Newland
(Guest blogger from Grieve The Astronaut) ~ ~

Listening to the new EP by BAD HONEY, is like standing next to the deep end of a High Dive board at a swimming pool. There are 4 seconds to get prepared , from execution until musical impact. And then you are just completely covered in ROCK N’ ROLL.

WARNING : There is no drying off until the end.

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I kept thinking, how does such a small band, make such a big sound? WOW.
Matthew Joseph on vocals/guitar and Chris Alfano on drums. Great energy, great guitar rhythm, great rock sound.

They recorded their new EP BAD HONEY, at the legendary London Bridge Studio in Seattle WA. Following in the haloed footsteps of Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Brandi Carlile and a host of other Seattle legends.

BAD HONEY truly absorbed those musical London Bridge Roots, and brought it all alive in their latest EP. I heard it all. A little bit of grunge, a little bit of the indie blues, and a whole lotta ROCK! And, they kept the ROCKIN’ rhythm alive, through their entire EP.

Seattle Wave Radio owner, Mark Gordon, said “Devil’s Tongue” was his favorite song from BAD HONEY’s latest EP.

  • Bad Honey - Devil's Tongue

My favorite is “Strange Love”.

  • Bad Honey - Strange Love

If you love true rock, listen to it. And let us know what your favorite song is in the comment section below.

Check out all 4 songs from their Bad Honey EP here, on Seattle Wave Radio.



Bad Honey EP cover art