Film director Anthony Minghella and The Bees are the Isle Of Wight's most famous cultural exports, and now along come Jackson Analogue hoping to join them. They describe themselves as having influences ranging from Led Zeppelin to Janis Joplin to Aretha Franklin, so they're nothing if not intriguing.
Stop isn't the mish mash of musical influences that they may want to lead to you believe, but it is a damn fine little retro rock song. There's a Hammond organ line which propels the song forward and lead singer Rob Holmes spits the lyrics out with the resiquite degree of passion. You can even forgive them for the moment just after Holmes sings "don't you know when to stop"...when the song (you guessed it) stops for a brief moment.
Although there's not much to distinguish them from all of the other young guitar bands out there at the moment, they could well "do a Caesars and land an iPod advert. You won't be able to escape from that Hammond organ sound then.