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We proudly present...The Scorseses. Tapping into a culmination of widespread musical influence and sheer original talent, The Scorseses is staying true to calling upon the assets of simple songwriting and utilizing the actual soul of music and diverse musicians alike. Possessing an original sound never before heard in the progressive/rock/ska genre, not only in the artistically unchallenged city of New Orleans, Louisiana, but any location for that matter.
When you add the ingredients of women, whiskey, 4 wheel drives, a twist of Johnny Cash meets the Beastie Boys, shake well & pour over ice – you get the Moonshine Bandits. California’s favorite blue collar outlaws, known as the Moonshine Bandits, have taken their outlaw brand of country hip-hop to the next level on their new album “Whiskey & Women” on Suburban Noize Records. “’Whiskey and Women’ tells a story of our life out on the road. Our motto has always been to live for the moment, which is exactly what we try and do with our music,” commented Tex from Moonshine Bandits. “This album is an inside look into our lives and it tells stories of the outlaws we’ve met along the road. This album offers an inside look into the women we’ve met, the things we’ve seen and been a part of out on the road. Sometimes you gotta raise a little hell to see a little heaven.”
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