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“A trippy injection of bulldozing riffs, hypnotic vocals and mosh pit igniting fury... Grunge revivalism is in rude health, thanks to riff-hungry bands such as Allusondrugs" - Q Magazine
"…were [Plasters] to have been released when shoegaze was at its peak this song would have been declared an anthem and Allusondrugs would have been gracing the front cover of next week's NME."
9/10 - Leeds Music Scene
"Yorkshire based Allusondrugs have a distinctly grunge sound but there's something a bit more delicate to the vocals and guitar playing.There's grunge, heavy rock, psych and emo all thrown in for what is a very solid single." - Artrocker
"Influenced by the grunge scene, the band are quickly delivering a distinctive sound with a surrealist edge...The band will be showcasing their head turning live performances around Yorkshire in the coming months." - Punktastic
"The new Allusondrugs single is called Nervous, and we bet the band have never felt that; how could they when they can switch from big riffs to psych haze and keep everything grungy? The only bad thing about the Yorkshire band is we can’t talk about a new album yet." - SupaJam
" They make beautiful, fuzzed up grunge pop. "Plasters" combines a shoegazeish wall of guitar noise with a soaring chorus. It's grunge through a fuzz freak filter and I can't get enough of it."
In The Stream Of Commerce
"...Allusondrugs are a band that I instantly and inexplicably love. On one level it's straight up rock, on another level it's shoegaze indie, between those two it's a grunge ballad and every now and again there are some experimental, almost Jazz like temptations peeking through."
Elusive Little Comments
“fuzzy guitars, great harmonies & some fantastic heavy riffs"
“Plasters starts off with a slow melodic build, beautiful vocal harmonies & unique guitar which is cleverly put together to create an impressive track that get’s stuck into your head"
Terry Logan Band is the latest sensational outfit to emerge from the Hebden Bridge melting pot. Much acclaimed singer/songwriter Terry Logan has been working with keyboard player Dave Nelson since the beginning of 2013, and in May they expanded the line-up to include the excellent Simon Partridge on guitar and the highly experienced rhythm section of bassist Graham Packham and drummer Dave Foulger.
The refreshing, on the rise, live 5 piece band, play an infectious mix of original soul, blues and reggae, with over 20 original songs and several covers which compliment their set. With lyrics that tell the story of positive change and beats that bring vibes for dancing. It's a combination not to be missed!
Over the last year the band have had a number of prestigious gigs, including headlining the Puzzle Inn Festival in Sowerby Bridge, where a capacity audience danced all night, packing out their Juke Joint, the Crown Inn, at this years Awarding Winning Hebden Bridge Blues Festival, doing their thing at the funky Smokestack, as well as rocking the legendary Wardrobe Leeds, supporting Geno Washington and gigging, at their local hang out the renowned Trades Club Hebden Bridge and showing off their contagious sound at the Night and Day in Manchester.