“It’s Still Right” begins with the sound of a tape machine starting and restarting, but it might as well be a car revving its engine. The driver is Austin’s Marshall Terry, and he immediately puts his foot on the gas. The song is rough around the edges in the best way, nodding back to Exile-era Stones by taking one good idea and cranking it, leaving the sweat and quick inspiration intact. Terry has just a few similarly gritty songs to his name, with an LP expected this fall. For now, the chaotic salvation in “It’s Still Right” is right as rain.
–Art Levy // host, Sundays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., producer, My KUTX