Album Reviews

Music You Don't Know You Like Yet

INDIGENOUS

Broken Lands

2008-08-01

Indigenous was originally made up of members who grew up on an Indian reservation in South Dakota. After several albums, the band broke up in 2006. Singer/guitarist, Mato Nanji, gathered new musicians and continued to make music under the same moniker with this album. This album is technically good, with well-played guitar, nice vocals, and a good mix. It's your basic blues-rock album and really nothing exceptional. I would have to choose the rocker, "Place I Know" as a highlight as well as the electric blues of "Just Can't Hide". Reviewed by Rebecca Ruth

Quick Links:

More reviews tagged #Blues

  • reviewed 10/2008

    THE IGUANAS
    If You Should Ever Fall On Hard Times

  • reviewed 11/2016

    Lee DelRay
    Brand New man

  • reviewed 11/2012

    JASON VIVONE AND THE BILLY BATS
    Lather Rinse Repeat

  • reviewed 09/2014

    MARCIA BALL
    TATTOOED LADY AND THE ALLIGATOR MAN

  • reviewed 04/2017

    Jim Gustin & Truth Jones
    Memphis

  • reviewed 12/2014

    TERRY GARLAND
    Rewired

Compiled by the WYCE Journalism Club

The opinions expressed in these reviews are those of the individual volunteers that submitted the article and do not necessarily reflect the views of WYCE or GRCMC; nor its staff, donors, or affiliates.