All Ages Zine reviews Dank Mississippi by The JAB
All Ages Zine reviews “Dank Mississippi”

Beneath the lyrics, sits a gritty vibe that’s full of memorable guitar riffs and rhythms that fuse together pieces of the blues with touches of edgier country, a pure rock sound, and the heart of the classic Southern rock stylings. —All Ages Zine For the full review, click here.

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New Single Premiere: “Dank Mississippi on Folk N Rock

“Dank Mississippi” is a baptism of fusion with its gritty punk vocals, emotionally-rich blues tons, and a subtle hint of raw southern folk. —Folk N Rock

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Our First Album Review: Rock and Blues Muse

The Jab is the most crucial and captivating rock and roll band emerging from the ultra-competitive Chicago scene right now. The group’s debut album, Consume, comes out February 4th, 2020 on the Medicine/The Orchard label and a single listen will quickly prove that this bunch is the Truth. The sound walks a line between blues and punk rock that touches on Led Zeppelin, The Black Keys, the Southern Rock canon, and modern dirt-road sludge. READ MORE

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The Jab announce “Consume”

The slick guitar riff pulls you into the song the same way that those opening riffs of [the Black Crowes’] “Twice As Hard” did the moment that you hit play.

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Single Review: The Jab – “Riot”

The slick guitar riff pulls you into the song the same way that those opening riffs of [the Black Crowes’] “Twice As Hard” did the moment that you hit play.

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The JAB Releases “Riot”

The JAB finds the sweet spot between blues and punk with “a response to inequality, addiction, consumerism, violence” on “Riot”.

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All Ages Zine reviews “Dank Mississippi”

Beneath the lyrics, sits a gritty vibe that’s full of memorable guitar riffs and rhythms that fuse together pieces of the blues with touches of edgier country, a pure rock sound, and the heart of the classic Southern rock stylings. —All Ages Zine For the full review, click here.

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New Single Premiere: “Dank Mississippi on Folk N Rock

“Dank Mississippi” is a baptism of fusion with its gritty punk vocals, emotionally-rich blues tons, and a subtle hint of raw southern folk. —Folk N Rock

Read More

Our First Album Review: Rock and Blues Muse

The Jab is the most crucial and captivating rock and roll band emerging from the ultra-competitive Chicago scene right now. The group’s debut album, Consume, comes out February 4th, 2020 on the Medicine/The Orchard label and a single listen will quickly prove that this bunch is the Truth. The sound walks a line between blues and punk rock that touches on Led Zeppelin, The Black Keys, the Southern Rock canon, and modern dirt-road sludge. READ MORE

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The Jab announce “Consume”

The slick guitar riff pulls you into the song the same way that those opening riffs of [the Black Crowes’] “Twice As Hard” did the moment that you hit play.

Read More

Single Review: The Jab – “Riot”

The slick guitar riff pulls you into the song the same way that those opening riffs of [the Black Crowes’] “Twice As Hard” did the moment that you hit play.

Read More

The JAB Releases “Riot”

The JAB finds the sweet spot between blues and punk with “a response to inequality, addiction, consumerism, violence” on “Riot”.

Read More