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  • Location: Los Angeles, California, United States of America

Bardo's Reviews

  • San Francisco Bay Area — News, Sports, Business, Entertainment, Classifieds: SFGate

    San Francisco Bay Area — News, Sports, Business, Entertainment, Classifieds: SFGate

    "Fronted by throaty rocker Leslie King, Bardo takes cues from the Pretenders, but rocks out with that combination of grit and glam that you can only find in Los Angeles. Power pop with sun poisoning, as demonstrated on Bardo's impressive premier CD "Recurring Dream." Next time through they'll probably be at the Fillmore, so be forewarned." - SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE

    http://www.sfgate.com

  • Skope Magazine  -  "Artist To Watch"

    Skope Magazine - "Artist To Watch"

    We have to admit that we have a thing for all male bands that are fronted by an energetic, talented, and fearless female. That is just the thing here but Bardo was also formed by the front woman, Leslie King. It also does not suck to have Korel Tunador from Goo Goo Dolls fame playing guitar as well. Dave Johnston is on drums and Chuck Bramlet is backing everyone up on the bass. This foursome resides in Los Angeles and describes themself as, "punky pop rock." Leslie King is just so impressive on tracks like, "Run" and "Ain't That A Shame." There is no limit to how far Bardo will go. As a rock band they are truly exciting and worth getting involved with. Another example how strong the indie scene truly is. - SKOPE MAGAZINE

    http://www.skopemag.com/2009/02/04/march-2009-sonicbids-“artists-2-watch”

  • Swift Reviews: REVIEW: BARDO - Recurring Dream

    Swift Reviews: REVIEW: BARDO - Recurring Dream

    BARDO, of Los Angeles, CA, is a powerhouse collection of musicians comprised of front woman Leslie King. With their debut album, Recurring Dream, BARDO has created a raw, highly energetic, captivating and consuming work of art. GP Boulevard is the first track. I was blown away by the dynamics and buildup that this track offers. The attitude King portrays in the vocals on this song is anything but sweet. Ain't That a Shame, has a raw energy and soulful sound that just goes to show how much BARDO has going for them. Run has all of the attitude of a Courtney Love tune, with the musicianship and attention grabbing motives of the Naked Beggars. Throughout Recurring Dream, the band uses dynamics, fabulous instrumentation, outstanding vocals and an overall honesty and level of real that is bound to leave audiences dumbfounded and speechless. 5 out of 5 star

    http://swiftreviews.blogspot.com/2009/12/review-bardo-recurring-dream.html

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