Monday, May 18, 2015


(Bumblefoot Music LLC)

Bumblefoot returns with his 10th studio release, 'Little Brother Is Watching'. The album was composed, produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Bumblefoot at his studio in New Jersey, and also features drummer Dennis Leeflang and a crowd of 100 fans stomping, chanting and singing backing vocals recorded at a listening party in New York. When you listen to this recording you will be treated with mind altering compositions, amazing guitar work, melodic vocals, well placed arrangements and witty and thoughtful lyrics. You see, musicians of this caliber have never displayed the humility, frivolity and utter ease that characterizes this work. Too often, ego gets in the way. Bumblefoot is clearly not trying to prove anything. He's just slamming out some exhilarating rock music, and sounding like he's having a blast doing it. His music sounds so stunningly effortless, yet scarily complicated to us mere mortals. The songs are punchy power pop-ish rock with killer melodies and mind-blowing guitar bits. As displayed on the title track, "Argentina", "Livin' The Dream", "Higher" and the riff laden, "Women Rule The World".  'Little Brother Is Watching', is the rare combination of great songwriting ability, and some of the most amazing playing you'll ever hear. It's a great album for shred guitar lovers to throw in the cd player on road trips and not have their girlfriend/wife tearing their hair out and screaming at you. It is very sophisticated and there are many little musical treats that you will discover along the way if you listen to it over and over and over again. 'Little Brother Is Watching' is such a fun album that you can't help but be in a good mood! If you do not wish to have a deficiency in the soundtrack to your life, get your hands on this recording. Then get your hands on everything else Bumblefoot has done.  This is one of those extraordinary musicians whose work belongs in every music fan's collection, regardless of idiomatic preference. Don't miss out. - Highly Recommended
Tony @ The Dedicated Rocker Society/All Access Magazine

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