There are a lot of people who prefer their rock’n'roll to be basic, straight and direct, and to the point. Nothing too ruthless, nothing too bombastic, just something that you can grab a beer to, rock out with your socks out, and have a good time. Dan Hubbard & The Humadors are that band who bring out what may sound basic today, but that “back to basics” approach is what made a lot of 70′s and 80′s rock so good and at times, great. The Love Show (self-released) shows what’s missing in much of what is today’s excuse for rock: emotion, depth, and musicality. I’m tired of hearing songs that are blatant attempts that trying to be someone else’s commercial endorsement. Yeah, take the cash for all that its worth, but don’t sacrifice making music because you’re capable. Go beyond your capabilities and take things to a decent level. This is what Dan Hubbard & The Humadors have done, a no-nonsense group that is a perfect compliment in a time in history that’s full of nonsense. The subtle country touches are nice too.