Gary Reynolds | Volume One Summer

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Gary Reynolds returns with a Volume One 4 track Summer EP.

“After a taking a break for 5 years and releasing Volume One (a compilation of my first two albums plus several unreleased tracks), I realized with Facebook, Twitter and the whole social media scene, there was a whole new fan base hearing this music for the first time. While I put the finishing touches on my third studio album, this Summer EP is a collection of straight up rock tunes for those summer drives. This is also the EP sent over to FX that ended up getting -I Wanna Go Home- featured on the TV hit series Legit” – Gary Reynolds.


The 4 song EP includes the tracks; Golden Rules, You Are What You See, Silver Spoon and I Wanna Go Home. The digital download also includes a mailed copy of the CD “Volume One Summer” in a limited edition Gold Sleeve retro vinyl type package with the 14 tracks from Volume One for a total of 18 tracks. Shipping to the US is included in the price.


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The Pyramid Ship | Going Out EP | Review by Chad Wolfe

Posted Posted in Music Reviews, The Pyramid Ship

The recording wants to be out of control, but the juggernaut is tethered tightly to tradition—backbone rhythm and strong guitar. Makes it seem odd to reference Jack and Meg on this one, but The Pyramid Ship do it—they raise the ghosts of The White Stripes to compel this EP to work for those craving the simplicity of a guitar. A Drum. Vocals. Power. Sex. We never knew if Meg and Jack were married, but we didn’t really care. They shook it down.

The Pyramid Ship is in the same ilk. They jam heavy on drums and guitar riffs, screaming lyrics sound calm and smooth. Nice band lifting spirits of Ian Astbury and The Cult, The Doors, Kid Rock, Rage Against the Machine, and The White Stripes. They know they can handle the wattage, but beyond this album will they get original? Let us see. They are on the horizon.

Chad Wolfe lives and works in Southern Iowa where he’s grown a tremendous appreciation for open spaces, red vs. green tractor polemics, porches, and corn on the cob. When not writing about music, sports, and pop culture for the internet, he tries to avoid thinking too much about the future or the past.