Break It Down Album Reviews

The overall essence of this music is steeped in the ’60s and ’70s, but the boys here are bringing that more or less vintage sound to modern ears.
— bluesrockreview.com

They rattle and hum with valid chops and attitude to spare. Think I’ll play this thing again…and again.
— goldminemag.com

Whatever age you are there is no doubt that you would enjoy this awesome band. They have a way of getting the audience to fall in love with their style.
— keyrockreview.com

With stellar musicianship from all three members, and a unique blend of funky grooves, hard driving blues rock, and a dash of roots music for good measure, this trio has released a solid and interesting album with a sonically fresh take.
— rockandbluesmuse.com

Dustin Douglas And The Electric Gentlemen hit you right in the gut with a heavy dose of grit and swagger from the opening note.
— donandsherylbluesblog

Don’t expect the slow, finessed stuff. These guys like to shake your windows and rattle your walls.
— makingascene.org

A solid record throughout, the album concludes with a group of interesting songs which never double back over territory covered earlier.
— modernrockreview.com

This is The Voice of Indie Blues the show that brings you the Future of the Blues being made by artists who Embrace the Diversity of the Blues and are out there touring and creating new original music from it’s roots. These are the innovators not the imitators, they ARE the Indie Blues Artists!
— mixcloud.com

Blues I Album Review

Available through Amazon, Blues I makes you yearn for more. It’s blues-rock in its best form, something that dyed-in-the-wool traditionalists will enjoy despite the rock overtones.
— bluesblastmagazine.com