"Zombie Garden Club is a modern blues record worthy of all the accolades this release will surely
|Johnny Douglas - Zombie Garden Club
garner. The recipe for Zombie Garden Club looks something like this; start with mid 60's era Yardbirds, mix in a healthy dose of Texas blues in the vein of ZZ Top or Stevie Ray Vaughan and top it off with a pinch of Seattle grunge and voila... -Mad Music Asylum
"Surprise! It's another heavy hitting slab of genius rock 'n' pop 'n' roll from Bongo Boy Records-another killer, in-your-face, slamming, aching, take-no-prisoners kind of album full of vim, vigor, vitamins and God knows what else. And speaking of "what else"... holy cow...this is something else...entirely something else and fresh and free and you'd better get out of the way, kids, if you know what's good for you! - PurePopRadio Alan Haber
"Zombie Garden Club and their garage rock track, "Ache of Love" has that hip, groovy sound reminiscent of 60's bands like The Standells, The Yardbirds and The Seeds." "Burn", has that 60's Psychedelic/Garage sound, heavy on guitar riffs, fat bottom and pounding percussion, which is making a big comeback in the national music scene "
- Michael McKenna Steel Notes Magazine
"Currently based in Nashville, TN, he will be far too loud for the country crowd, but rockers of all ages will welcome him with their arms wide open. Douglas has a knack for coming up with fresh hooks that sound familiar before the song is over." -The Netherlands - Here Comes The Flood Hans Werksman
"Zombie Garden Club is PURE Psychedelic Rock in the best way: their song 'Ache of Love' pulls you into a hip-swinging late 60's/early 70's go-go boot happy smile as you listen. Each and every song that has been written and recorded on this album it was like the layers in the Willy Wonka Gobstopper coming to life: colorful, fun, magical, unique, and a fabulous treat for the ears for those seeking to resurrect that classic vibrant swinging rock sound."
- CA Marshall Starlight Music Chronicles
One Step, Two Steps, Three Steps Gone - Zombie Garden Club -"Definitely Not Your Mama's Garden Club - Back to the garage. Back to the surf. Wurlitzer fueled surf garage perfection from the strangely named Zombie Garden Club". - Uncle Duke; a.k.a. Rob Penland