Review – The Argues

Album: Something New
Release Date: November 3, 2016
Genre: Roots/ Rock

The Argues are a family of talented musicians; father, Michael on guitar, mother, Chantale on drums, with daughters, Sabrina and Lauren up front. On top of having great voices, these girls play various instruments; keyboard, bass, electric and acoustic guitars, and they are still in their teens.

The family, along with musicians Danny Brooks and Joe Rockman spent two years in the family home studio to produce Something New.

Something New is receiving rave reviews in Canada and getting airplay across the US as well. With influences like Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and Howlin’ Wolf, this album is strong in its songwriting and music.

Each song from this six track album is a bit different, but go well together from a foot stomping country rock song, “Get It Done”, to a sweet ballad, “The Buoy”. This is a strong debut album that the family should be proud of.

Connect with The Argues:

I fell in love with live shows when I saw my first concert at 8 years old
and it is love affair that has been going on 42 years.

I started writing for two Canadian music magazines in order to write and photograph the great live music scene that was going on around me. I enjoy Blues, indie- rock, motown and old fashioned rock and roll from the 50s to 70s. I will go to intimate house concerts, local clubs and the way to big arenas to see good live music. When not at a show, I will be at home in my garden listening to my latest acquired album.

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