Flat Five Syndicate is a new raw, indie-tinged Blues Rock band that came out of songwriter and guitarist Razl’s head as a daydream, imagining merging Derek Trucks with Dan Auerbach.


Downtown and Smells like trouble are the first two tracks of this new experiment. They have a dirty and greasy blues feel, balanced guitars full of fuzz sounds and the wonderful voice of a somewhat indie vocalist.

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«Spanish guitarist Raúl Huelves (a.k.a. Razl) leads a power trio featuring bassist extraordinaire Bryan Beller. Coaxing super-seductive tones from both electric and acoustic guitars sans pick, Razl struts and grooves hard throughout, as compelling riffs, clever rhythmic twists, atypical harmonic touches, and an imaginative use of effects further flavor this savory sonic gumbo.»


 ★ Barry Cleveland-Guitar Player Magazine ★

«I just had the pleasure of listening to Razl´s latest album, «Microscopic». I cannot think of a better use of your time than to listen to this guitarist play some of the most infectious grooves being heard on this planet.»


 ★ Walter Kolosky (music journalist, author of Follow your heart-John McLaughlin song by song) 

«Razl’s second album, Microscopic, is a real step forward from his impressive debut, Rotonova. His style hasn’t changed radically (although this time out it’s a «highly addictive guitar-and-beyond ridden groove-a-thon»), but Microscopic is not only stripped down instrumentally (basically a power trio album), but Razl’s tunes are both tighter and more focused and he seems to be developing a stronger individual voice as a composer.»


 ★ Sean Westergaard-All music guide ★


Photosynthesize the grace, shape the emptiness: Architecture of the absurd featuring Marco Minnemann and Damian Erskine.


Warning! Highly infectious guitar-and-beyond ridden groove-a-thon! featuring Bryan Beller and Will Bernard.


Intergalactic dirty guitar grooves featuring Mike Keneally, Dean Brown, Bryan Beller, Damian Erskine and Charlie Dennard.

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