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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Indigenous was originally made up of members who grew up on an Indian reservation in South Dakota.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

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