5 Songs, 19 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their debut EP, singer Charlie Muncaster and guitarist Gary Stanton seamlessly blend heartland rock with country, living in the midpoint between them. Muscadine Bloodline know their way around salt-of-the-earth imagery, making the most out of the blue-collar symbols at the center of "CB Radio" and "WD-40," while Stanton's chugging riffs and Muncaster's rough-hewn vocals work up to a country-rocking roar. When Muncaster sings about "playing everything from Journey to Cash" in "Depending on the Night," he's unfolding his band's stylistic roadmap.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their debut EP, singer Charlie Muncaster and guitarist Gary Stanton seamlessly blend heartland rock with country, living in the midpoint between them. Muscadine Bloodline know their way around salt-of-the-earth imagery, making the most out of the blue-collar symbols at the center of "CB Radio" and "WD-40," while Stanton's chugging riffs and Muncaster's rough-hewn vocals work up to a country-rocking roar. When Muncaster sings about "playing everything from Journey to Cash" in "Depending on the Night," he's unfolding his band's stylistic roadmap.

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