Infectious to the point of being contagious, Maker’s new EP “Move Your Feet” chuck up five of the gnarliest, catchiest funk-punk “grunge-itude” clad hook laden tracks found on either side of the pond. I’m actually kind of pissed this is an EP because I would love five more tracks of this. This is a pure travel EP to blast through your car stereo with a group of your lost college buddies seeking one more adventure on the highway. A pure stomp-romp with kitschy pomp  destined to be the soundtrack for your next naughty adventure. Bravo!

Maker’s “Move Your Feet” drops March 10th via Kidda Records.

About Maker
Maker are Alessandro Marinelli (Vocals), Andrew Donaldson (Guitar), Gavin Donaldson (Drums) & John Austin (Bass) a 4 piece rock n roll band with a psychedelic bluesy punch, stirred with a fist full of soul.

Influences range from the early blues legends through the stomping pop and soul of the sixties, to the raw power of punk. Coming on like the love child of The Rolling Stones, The Faces, Free, T-Rex & Primal Scream; Maker deliver a fresh sonic swagger defined by their own bluesy, boozy guitar riffs.
Their unreleased album was recorded at the famous Rockfield studio and produced by the band themselves along with Nick Brine, whose previous production & engineering credits include; Oasis, Stone Roses, The Darkness, & Seasick Steve.

The band have just played to a sold out crowd at Rebellion Manchester on January 21st for ‘The Slydigs’ who have recently returned from touring North America and Europe with ‘The Who’. Maker have also supported ‘Ocean Colour Scene’, ‘Pete Doherty’ and shared the festival bills & main stages with the likes of ‘Dizee Rascal’, ‘The Cribs’, ‘Mark Ronson’, & ‘Supergrass’.

SOURCE: Official Bio

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