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Chest Thumping Hard Rock & Blues - The Floors

The Floors massive sound gave the audience a powerful aural assault from the first drum beat. This live performance was one of the best I have seen in a while. Right from the get-go, this crowd copped a good ol' helping of west-side love that was LOUD! Hailing from Perth, The Floors are brothers Luke & Ryan Dux with Drummer Ash Doodkorte...they describe their sound "Like a steam train through your chest"...I describe it as having bold yet intricate bass that is so sexy it floors you;  skins tighter than your Nanna's purse strings and a great variety in showing influences spanning Blues, Rock and little punk. One of the more recent tracks, 'Join the Fight' I feel is aimed a little more at the radio audience as it is a little softer than their other material...that's not to say it's not good, I love it. Reminds me of Grinspoon & other such rock bands with guts. My fave release so far though is 'Built From Bones'.

They site influences such as Neil Young, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Billy Thorpe & the Aztecs, Howling Wolf & Muddy Waters, it is all very evident the more you listen to. They awaken the deepest vaults of your rock/blues love expressing full throttle drum beats, exposing open cut vocals & a slithering bass that wraps around your ears like a python squeezing you into submission. Have a little listen to the link below, & if you like it dirty, hard & loud...get onto The Floors!

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