Sunday, March 17, 2013

CD Review: Gallo Releases A Trilogy Of New Albums

From Los Angeles, CA comes the brotherly duo of Kinski and Rodax, known as the group Gallo with their newly released album trilogy. The beginning of February saw the release of their all-English language album, “Phoenix Rising,” their all-Spanish language album, “Fuego,” and their bilingual album “Mamawe.” The duo combine rock and dance music to create a unique, but attractive sound that should be catching the attention of radio everywhere.
 
Their nine-song album, “Phoenix Rising” begins with the club beats of “The Red” with a punk rock attitude, drawing similarities to Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys. The music and vocals of “World Gone Crazy” are hard to resist as this should be the album’s first hit single. Gallo turn “Le Bele Noire” into a club remix, before heading back to rock on the alternative sounding “Feels Like Dying.” The album closes with the nine-minute electronic trip entitled “Never Follow.”
 
Gallo having been hitting the road like crazy since the beginning of 2013. They are currently finishing up their five-day show in Puerto Rico before heading back to the U.S. with shows in Chicago, Austin, Houston, Dallas and San Antonio. For more information on their trilogy of albums, please visit galloband.com.

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