Austin gutbucket blues maven Scott H. Biram has long been a favorite of Rocks Off, both personally and musically. The dude's songs go down like a shot of Turkey and a drag off a Marlboro Red, and he helps wash away your own demons by letting his own loose. Biram's latest album,Something's Wrong/Lost Forever
), comes out next week and sees the man hitting a playful stride. His crusty howl has now mellowed into a sort ofNashville Skyline
Dylan wheeze, but the album still comes complete with the requisite tape hiss and swamp-ass drumming that has been soothing savage Biram fans since his debut almost a decade ago.
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's "Still Drunk, Still Crazy, Still Blue," which will no doubt sound way better spinning on a turntable in your garage on a Saturday night while you kill off a 12 of the Beast than leaking out of your computer's speakers. But enjoy it, because according tohis Web site
, Biram won't be coming back around Houston for a while.