Love.Instinct Archive

  • I  know I’ve complained about the lack of rock’n'roll in this city before, but my complaints stop here. Banana Gun has somehow released one of the most compelling rock records of the entire  year.  Yes, there is something  in the combination of Ian Breslin on Drums, Kevin Loyd on Vocals and Guitar, Nic Dehaan on  Guitar and vocals, Ross Troost on Bass and  Kyle Scarborough on Sax and vocals, but together, there is magic here. There is also a hell of a lot of rock. It’s not a coincidence that Banana Gun is already one of my favorite bands around...

    A Hard Rocking Love Affair: Banana Gun releases Love.Instinct

    I  know I’ve complained about the lack of rock’n'roll in this city before, but my complaints stop here. Banana Gun has somehow released one of the most compelling rock records of the entire  year.  Yes, there is something  in the combination of Ian Breslin on Drums, Kevin Loyd on Vocals and Guitar, Nic Dehaan on  Guitar and vocals, Ross Troost on Bass and  Kyle Scarborough on Sax and vocals, but together, there is magic here. There is also a hell of a lot of rock. It’s not a coincidence that Banana Gun is already one of my favorite bands around...

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  • By now, everyone should know that Banana Gun is readying to release and unleash their third album Love.Instinct on the world, what you may not know is that it’s their best album to date–a rocking album from beginning to end without apology. For the first time they have a studio recording that truly represents their electrifying stage show and much of that is due to recording live in the studio with Curtis Grippe at STEM Recordings. Yesterday, the world got their first taste of the new album in the form of a video directed by Roland Wakefield for the first single...

    VideosAroundTown: Banana Gun “Mirror, Mirror”

    By now, everyone should know that Banana Gun is readying to release and unleash their third album Love.Instinct on the world, what you may not know is that it’s their best album to date–a rocking album from beginning to end without apology. For the first time they have a studio recording that truly represents their electrifying stage show and much of that is due to recording live in the studio with Curtis Grippe at STEM Recordings. Yesterday, the world got their first taste of the new album in the form of a video directed by Roland Wakefield for the first single...

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