“Bent Up Halo” by Broken Guru, Album Review

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BrokenGuru-Bent Up HaloBent Up Halo is the first, full length album from Broken Guru – a new rock band out of New York City. Broken Guru describes themselves as a fiery garage, psychedelic rock trio. Listening to their music, you’re instantly reminded of maybe early Green Day mixed with an early Lenny Kravitz. But in reality, their sound is so unique that you have a hard time comparing it to anything else.

Listening to Bent Up Halo is like going into a time machine back to the 1960s-70s. The flavor and flare of David Bowie, The Beatles, and others from that time period is obvious in Broken Guru’s music. However, there are certain snippets of it that are heavily inspired by the rock sounds of today. “28 Cents” has that heavier, slightly more guitar centric feeling that reminds you of maybe a teenage garage punk band from today rather than the 60s.

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