Let It Roll
"Perfect-for-partying or drivin'-in-the-dark stuff made popular by AC/DC and Bad Company...replete with sleazy, sneered vocals & arena-worthy guitar licks." - Winnipeg Sun "There are some powerful, very powerful moments on the album. (Too Damn Lazy) is a song I LOVE! There are so many things I like about the project, at the end of the day I think this would work on various radio formats. These are songs that should be listened to and it's a nice addition to a record company." - legendary WCMA award-winning radio announcer Howard Mandshein "You & The Devil is a killer track. I really like this track. This should be a single." - Gordo, Program Director and host of The Buzz FREQ 107, Winnipeg, Canada "With a devotion to blues-based hard rock, Equal Loudness Curve kinda sneaks up on you. ELC kicks out the jams with a subtly infectious sense of rock-riffery. Trevor Knox Millar is the guiding force here, and he and his bandmates create a blend of hooks and riffs that works best on songs such as You & The Devil, Too Damn Lazy, and California, which also features some knock-'em-dead boogie-woogie piano. This album establishes the band's potential." - John Kendle, Editor Uptown Magazine "Winnipeg's ELC successfully tackles the monolithic wallup of gargantuan rock riffs all over Let it Roll, but has infused enough of it's own thudding musical personality into the grooves of the dozen tracks so it rises above the sludge of their intended homage to create stoner-rock classics. Turn this one up." - Winnipeg Free Press EQUAL LOUDNESS CURVE is a blues-based, melody and hook reliant hard rock band, furiously waving the rock and roll banner while proudly wearing their influences on their sleeves. ELC offers up a refreshingly familiar sound that emphasizes a return to album-oriented melodic riff-rock with passion and soul. From the opening notes of the first single "You & The Devil" until the bombastic finale on "Ease My Soul" the listener is treated to forty-five consistent minutes of pure, foot-tapping hard rock music. You will be humming these songs in the shower, on your way to work, or wherever you may be. On disc, the prolific and infectious songwriting of Trevor Knox Millar shines, while live the band delivers with the thunderous, frenzied drumming of Ryan Schmidt, big, warm bottom end provided by Dan Cormier on bass, and the subtle, moody, droning organ of Lloyd Peterson, setting the perfect tone for EQUAL LOUDNESS CURVE to do what they do best, and truly love to do - play great rock and roll music. "We will continue to make EQUAL LOUDNESS CURVE albums, even if it means I spend the rest of my life living in a van down by the river." - Trevor Knox Millar.