"Strange Addiction" has just been added to Pandora Radio! In addition to Pandora you can find us on Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud, Deezer and more! #maximumrocknroll
Big, giant massive congrats to our very own Ama Quinsee on her nomination as "Best Female Vocalist" at the 2015 WA Music Awards. We couldn't be prouder!!
Legs Electric invade the South Street Ale House in Hilton October 17th for a FREE show with the Terradactyls. Music starts at 8:30 pm - hope to see you there! #maximumrocknroll
Big thanks to X-Press Magazine for their kind words about our show at the Astor Theatre with Sebastian Bach last weekend. #maximumrocknroll
Sebastian Bach, Astor Theatre, Mt. Lawley, PerthLegs Electric, Sun 27 Sep 2015 Legs Electric returned to what seems to be their second home in Perth, the stage of the Astor Theatre. If they had any nerves going on inside you couldn’t tell as they came out all smiles but focused and ready to rock.
Starting spot on their allotted time slot Kylie Soanes started driving the rhythm joined by her bass pumping sister Abby and her other sister from different mother, the extraordinary Laura McCormack on extra electric guitar.
As the rhythm’s climaxed the tambouring clapping, foot tapping and boot strapping Perth Angel of Rock, Ama Quinsee strode on to do her thing and strut her stuff. Her stuff is fronting a kick ass maximum rock n roll band with her powerful vocals and flowing stage presence.
Legs Electric then gave us the “Kingdom” but to get to it you have to use a “Temporary Road” and use a little “Black Magic”. At times you might “Wanna Riot” but hold on tight and “Shine Right Through” and “If” your lucky someone might pull your “Trigger” and give some “Illicit Love”. Although you might think “She’s (or He’s) Like A Saint” the devil is inside and fuels their “Strange Addiction”.
Legs Electric took us on one hell of a ride throughout the set and distributed their love on this rock ‘n’ roll trip that they are on. It’s a fist pumping, riff rocking, bass rolling, drum propelling, vocal injecting fuelled journey to the far side and back.
From the reaction from the assembled it was hard to tell who were already their fans and those that were in the process of converting, such was the favourable response. And so closed Maximum Rock ‘n’ Roll chapter One for the evening.
Reviewer: Brian Higgins