Scott H. Biram Instore Performance Today at Waterloo Records
Let me get to the point: You needn’t bother trying to figure out where Scott H. Biram is coming from. It’s right there in your face, brother.
There’s no nonsense in this man’s music, no small talk, no pretense, no light-hearted musings or forlorn uncertainties. He gets down and dirty – even tornado-aftermath messy, if he is so inclined. He tears up the room with a deranged cacophony of blues, country, backwoods hillbilly, punk and – dare I say it – metal. And a dose of metal’s good for you, so wipe that look off your face.
Biram’s got a new album coming out this month, Bad Ingredients, one of his best yet. It has all the makings of a jacked-up demon-truck driver high-tailing it through town on an eighteen-wheeler from hell. Backwards.
Pardon my language, but it’s a safe bet to say that is the Biram way.
It’s been two years since his last album on the Bloodshot Records label. This’ll be the fourth on Bloodshot, and his eighth overall. What a long and ragged journey Biram’s had, and he’s been puttin’ it to music every step of the way.
Be sure to see Scott H. Biram at his instore performance today at 5 p.m. at Waterloo Records, 600 N. Lamar. You can pick up his new CD there, while you’re at it. Recommended.
Hats off to you, Scott. Cheers.