Kasey Anderson and The Honkies See The Wrong Light And It’s So Right

I must say I am excited about this release from Kasey Anderson and The Honkies. These southern basement rockers love them some rock and roll, and badly. Except, they are not really southern, unless we’re talking about southern Portland, Oregon maybe, or perhaps the south end of a blood and sweat stained steel guitar. This is the southern rock meets northwest grunge apocalypse with tape echo. The shit is gnarly. That’s high praise. Download and git down low.

Kasey Anderson and The Honkies
“The Wrong Light” (download mp3)
from “Heart Of A Dog”
“The Wrong Light” (play)
(Red Parlor Records)
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Enter Kasey Anderson and the Honkies “Exit Ghost”

I admit I am predisposed to like a band called Kasey Anderson and the Honkies. And listening to this Portland band’s music, I quickly realized they are no novelty act. There’s depth to the material, and their playing is solid – like a southern post-grunge E Street Band. “Exit Ghost” is hooky and instantly accessible, with a touch of David Gray and a hint of John Mellencamp. An excellent ‘merican rock ballad from these Portland honkies.

Kasey Anderson and the Honkies
“Exit Ghost” (download mp3)
from “Heart of a Dog”
(Red River Records)
“Exit Ghost” (play)
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