Easy does it for Money & The Man with new single Riddles. Another great piece of raw and dirty bluesrock fit for sweaty stages in smelly concert halls, is what the Dutch duo consisting of Henk Wesselink and Ymte Koekkoek produce.

Money & The Man wonder what can still be achieved by raising a voice: “This life is full of riddles that I don’t understand.” Riddles was recorded at the Electrosaurus studio under the care of Pablo van der Poel (DeWolff).

Their debut EP The World Is Burning brought them many concerts, they were featured on festivals in the Netherlands and had gigs on Dutch national radio. The eponymous single reached the #1 position in the Dutch IndieXL Indie Chart. This year they were also featured on the internationally acclaimed Eurosonic Noorderslag showcase Festival for European music.

Riddles is released under new TCBYML sub-label BERT, dedicated to young musical talent. BERT was launched in 2016 and was created especially for Dutch artists and bands. BERT is exciting, challenging, new, enterprising, a feeling, a friend, full of idealism, adventurous and honest.

For fans of: The Black Keys, Seasick Steve, Lenny Kravitz, Queens of the Stone Age, Fu ManChu, 80’s alternative music

Riddles is released this week and available for purchase/streaming on all known digital platforms.

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