The Bazaars
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The Bazaars

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'Rhythm and Booze':

“The Bazaars first formed back in 2004 and soon found critical acclaim with a high profile single and a number of high octane gigs. But soon hit the rails after the departure of their lead guitarist and the band were put on hiatus until 2009 when frontman Jonny Woolnough and bassist Tom McGeorge decided to resurrect the band along with original guitarist Jonny Pugh and former Blueskins drummer Paul Brown. Since the reformation the band have recorded a number of tracks in preparation for their long awaited debut album, which is set to be unleashed the beginning of 2011. Two of the said tracks L'Attention and Visions have been chosen as double A-side first course starter before the main banquet and if the main is anywhere near as tasty as this single we're in for a real tantalizing treat. The Bazaars mix up a winning cocktail of infectious indie rock melodies, psychedelic riffs and contagious hook-laden vocals to create a wonderfully catchy racket that has something of a timeless quality. L'Attention begins with a barrage of drums before an almost Doors-esque riff joins the fray taking the track into a 60's tinged garage type scenario as Woolnough delivers a delicious melodic howl that'll have you nodding away contently before the band wig out with a frenzied pysch solo. Visions is a more mellow affair but no less potent for it, the band still find time to freak out whilst Woolnough croons delicately bringing to mind those cosmic scousers The Coral (which coming from me is high praise indeed). My version comes with a further two tracks, Girls In Time and Those Days They Never Come both of which could be chosen as singles in their own right, the former is another in the style of Visions whilst the latter is a stunning stripped down acoustic led number that sees The Bazaars at their bare bones best. Like I said going on the evidence here the debut album by The Bazaars could well be a classic slice of hazy psychedelic indie rock, if you want something a little extra to your standard indie by numbers then you could do a lot worse than investigating the magical sound of The Bazaars. Rhythm & Booze Rating 9 .”