Submitted by: Josh Zanger
8 pm / $10 / All Ages
Scott H Biram recently released his fourth full-length album Bad Ingredients. Find more album info here: http://bloodshotrecords.com/
****Recent highlights: featured on FX’s Sons of Anarchy, in American Songwriter, AMP Magazine, Thrasher, Paste, Daytrotter, Magnet, Blurt, Slant Magazine, front cover feature with Austin Chronicle, and many more.
*Bad Ingredients, Biram’s fourth full-length for Bloodshot Records, is a decidedly different record for those who have been following SHB’s road-driven career. Recorded at Biram’s home studio in Austin, Texas and mastered by Jerry Tubb of Terra Nova Mastering (Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam), Bad Ingredients delivers SHB’s classic throat-stomping style (“Dontcha Lie To Me Baby” and “Victory Song”), but showcases a more mature songwriter—both lyrically and musically.
In the live setting, witnessing Biram do his thing is a unique and irreplaceable experience. The Los Angeles Times had the following to say,
“The one-man band is a tour-de-force of gutbucket guitar squabble, vocals so feral they’ll make you lock your doors at night, and a live set that goes down like a cocktail of whiskey, amphetamines and black-humored despair.”
Press for the new album:
“With 'Bad Ingredients' I feel he's gotten into a groove that no other artist out there can touch. With his unique raw sound and his beautiful intelligent lyrics, he's created what I think is one of the most important southern blues rock records in ages. It's fresh, it's dirty and it’s incredibly progressive.” - Shooter Jennings
“Scott H. Biram isn't just a one-man band. He's the one-man band, a CB radio poet cultivating his own genre – Lo-Fi Mojo – for the past decade.” - The Austin Chronicle
“Biram switches between various electric and acoustic guitars from track to track, mixing different rhythms, tempos, amp tones, and guitar sounds along the way. The collection showcases a sophisticated sense of songwriting — both lyrically and musically.” - Charleston City Paper