Dutch electrorock formation The Juice The London based hard rock band Jay Serrao and The Juice are here - http://www.last.fm/music/Jay+Serrao+and+The+Juice 1. (The Juice from London, GB The Juice/ Jay Serrao and The Juice) - They began gigging in an all out assault on London's live music scene! Their sound is described as bluesy, funky, sexy, hard rock which is an immaculate concoction of Led Zeppelin, Rage against the machine, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Queens of the Stone Age. They prefer their genre to be known as 'Mature Hard Rock'. Their independently funded, brand new album 'BLOOD FOR WATER', digitally released worldwide in April 2007, was eagerly received by fans spanning the globe, citing tracks such as "Stolen Generation", "Shooting Stars" & "Catch My Drift?" for particular praise.
Some of the reviews are - 'Singer Jay has a voice that could curdle milk with its power' 'The Juice seemed to be a band that would be more at home on a festival stage and if there is any justice in the world it shall not be too long before this is the case' 'Never before has a band had a standing ovation for a mere sound check but on August 14th, 2004 that is what happened in our club' 'An incredible album that rocks from the start! Amazing riffs. Back from a successful mini tour of India and a summer acoustic US tour, they have been working with renowned Pink Floyd's engineer Mr Andy Jackson to record and master Blow and Rouge which is on their myspace page. The band is on hiatus at the moment and Jay Serrao has begun a collaborative solo project based online called Shmolts. www.shmolts.com 2.
The Juice from Nijmegen, NL combines rock with uptempo grooves en synthsounds. But they are not shying away from electronic and chaotic samples. Compact, powerful and danceable songs are delivered. Originating from other formation, where funk and disco were more emphasized (Mr. Fleece and Coolshrank), The Juice is still loyal to these roots.
Raw guitar and synths. On 1 March 2013, their first five-track-EP is released by Brave Burger Records. For more information check their official website, www.the-juice.nl. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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