by Darren Paltrowitz
If you're looking for an album of straight-forward
and humble yet shiny songs, check out Ten Story Loves' self titled release.
Listen a bit more carefully and you may notice traces of early 70s arena rock, late
80s power-pop as well as a touch of country.
They may be the epitome of a do-it-yourself band, but Ten Story Love gives the tag
a good name. The digital sound and production quality is top quality.
Page (guitars & vocals), Scott Gibbs (guitars & vocals), and
Michael Haught (bass) enlisted the talents of former industrial drummer Jason
Waugaman. Waugaman's playing alone makes the album worth checking out.