Oftentimes, talent is secondary to whether a band oozes "cool" — but luckily, Le Blorr more than satisfy both departments on their musical application. You may be surprised to learn that this superhuman outfit spawned from the sass of divas past and the acid trips of rock ‘n’ roll ghosts includes only two members, who boast fabulous drag-queen nicknames: Chris “Cookie SugarHips” Hess and Adam “Hot Damn Sweet Huckleberry” Winn. Read More+
There is something to be said of a band, when in the first few bars of listening, they manage steal away your mind to an entirely different setting. Guitar riffs weaving in and out; the kick drum beating right on top of your own heartbeat. The sultry tinge of reverb encases vocals that have a sense of immediacy to them. It demands you listen, and pleads with you quickly.
This is Le Blorr (aka Bastard Lovechild of Rock n’ Roll).
Hailing from Satellite Beach, FL, this powerful duo will take you back to an era not so much defined, but more so, on a trip not often frequented in recent years filled with bubblegum pop and dance-floor beats.
We here at Brite think you will enjoy this ride with Le Blorr. You just have to let them take you there. Don’t blame us if you don’t come back, though.Read More+
Bim Bom is an album of color. Every single track is pressed against the avant garde boundaries of indie rock, and creative rhythms, sounds, and melodies are not just splashed around the album – Instead, they are completely drenching it. This is an art album in every way. Right away, before even popping the disc in, I’m captivated, if not seduced by the rich colors and conceptual illustrations of the cover art (painted by Ryan Speer).Read More+
Bastard Lovechild of Rock and Roll is the dynamic duo fresh out of Florida with sing-along tracks and a high voltage live performance that has the girls ripping off their clothes and the walls dripping sweat.Read More+
With raucous guitar licks and thrilling keyboard solos, BLORR delivers tunes that shift from noisy and fast paced to dreamy and languid. But from gritty rock to smooth Bossa Nova, BLORR is always unfailingly alive. Who could ask more?
Florida band Bastard Lovechild of Rock ‘n’ Roll (Le Blorr) made our Best of 2010 list with their debut EP, Bim Bom. Honestly, it’d been a long time since we’d heard anything that rocked this hard and had so much soul and literary depth — and some damn fine bossa nova breaks, too!
"The band name all but cries out for musical gene testing (something like, “Johnny Cash meets Amanda Palmer in a seedy hotel lounge, and somebody has a few too many vodkas”), but easy comparisons fail. They inhabit the testosterone-fueled coast of slide guitar country, until they don’t, at which time you can expect lush synthesizer riffs, snap-instead-of-clap jazz briefs, half-tempo Zeppelin nods, some pretty convincing late-night psychedelia, and phenomenal — yes, phenomenal — vocals."Read More+
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"Imagine … Imagine an EP that makes you think of Led Zeppelin, Joao Gilberto, the biggest dance club tracks you’ve ever heard, the Black Keys, and then, cherry on the top, an EP which features the world’s most beautiful cellist? If you have an imagination that rich, you would begin to approach this little wonder that is 'Bim Bom'."Read More+
"Bastard Lovechild of Rock n’ Roll, or more simply known as BLORR, really does sound like bastard love(children) of rock n’ roll. Think free love and acid trips. Not to mention, their names are Cookie Sugarhips (vocals, guitars, keys) and Hot Damm Sweet Huckleberry Winn (percussionist, blues harp, keys) – can we get those abbreviated too? Despite the ridiculous names, BLORR seems serious about bringing psychedelia back. Their debut EP Bim Bom sounds like a positive step towards its comeback."Read More+
"Bastard Lovechild of Rock n' Roll (BLORR) are the humbuckin' pickups on an old reliable Telecaster and the bottleneck sliding up and down the fretboard. But they're also the melancholy chords that take you back to a certain summer in a certain secret garden with a certain someone you lost long ago."Read More+
"Bastard Lovechild of Rock n Roll are acid rock duo from Florida that have just released their debut EP titled “Bim Bom”. The EP features nine-songs in which the duo try to find the right balance between hard rock and psychadelia with touches of electronic all over. You can listen to a song from the EP below and listen to more here."Read More+
"The Florida two-piece do a mean and heavy delta blues inspired psych rock as well as mix it up with electro funky synthesizers. Word on the block is they have been making a name for themselves lighting up venues far and wide with their sweaty high-energy live shows opening for some of the best in the business. Be the first kid in gym class to get on the band's wagon."Read More+
"Originally from Jacksonville, FL, Cookie Sugarhips (Chris Hess) and Hot Damm Sweet Huckleberry Winn (Adam Winn), now live in NYC and are making psychedelic, dirty, and slightly unholy raucous music as Bastard Lovechild of Rock n’ Roll. Their Bim Bom EP is nine tracks long and has elements of blues, jazz, bossanova, psychedelia, dance and pretty much anything else you can think of all in one place. With titles like “My Terrific Tushhh” and “Booty Makin’ Baby Shakin’” it may be hard to take these two seriously, but that’s not what they seem to want anyway. Instead, BLORR are having fun, mixing in whatever influences they see fit and making you get up and dance."Read More+
Not only can these two pump out some hard-rockin’ delta blues jams, they mix it all up with spot-on ethereal and perfectly creepy psychedelic “ghost rock” while laying down emotionally wrenching and heartfelt original bossa nova numbers that sound like the scent of orange blossoms and night-blooming jasmine drifting in on an offshore breeze.Read More+