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Boomkat Product Review:
Glam to country, psych blues and motorik railroad rock - cult Chicago act Glyders do it all with classic panache and roadhouse sleaze on Country Thyme, a young sublabel of Drag City
Practically smelling like a backwater record retailer or thrift shop, ‘Maria’s Hunt’ picks up a lost strain of Chicago rock ’n roll and runs against the contemporary grain into a parallel timeline where this stuff never stopped playing under fizzing neon lights to Bud Lite-cuddling, sherm-huffing dudes.
Impeccably styled and executed, the results are properly infectious form the Bolan-esque hip roll of ‘High Time’ to its come down on the buzzing strum of ’Shoreline (Reprise)’. There’s nice ’n easy country sway flush with slide guitar for the slow dance in ‘Wrong Sometimes Right’, hustled next to the heads-down glam rock swag of ‘Geneva Strangemod’ and the sort of melancholic songcraft that can be found on the killer ‘Ghost Riders’ compilation in the LP’s title tune or ‘Can’t Beat The Heat’.
hey keep it mellow but motorik on ‘Golden Hour’ and the psych blues stride of ‘Inbound/Outbound’, and back on the glam stride with ‘Smooth Walker’ for the sort of record one could easily mistake for a lost-and-found private press grail.