“Big Bang lit the power-pop chine and songwriting of Big Star and late-Eighties R.E.M. with the power-blues dynamics of Stevie Ray Vaughn’s Double Trouble” –David Fricke, Rolling Stone
“They seem to have perfected melding Allman Brothers-like harmonies, the hum-along quality of a really good Tom Petty, and the guitar outbursts of a J. Mascis moment.” — Evan George, LA Alternative
BigBang’s new release From Acid to Zen (Grand Sport/Oglio) is an album saturated with a genuine, raw, but melodic rock ‘n’ roll vibe that isn’t weighed down by ‘70s cliché and nostalgia. One listen to From Acid to Zen could transport the listener back to a ‘70s barroom or to a modern dive where Cream, The Allman Brothers, Petty and the Who would be welcomed on the jukebox along side Dinosaour Jr.
My First Time
From A Distance
Wherever You Are
From Acid To Zen
Where The World Comes To An End