Turn on, tune in and rock out in Rockstar Riches, a music themed slot powered by Odobo. It’s a 5 reel, 25 payline slot that comes with a bonus feature that offers up to 30 free spins. Playable across all devices, take to the stage from between 25p and £25 per spin.

The setting for Rockstar Riches is a live gig with the reels set against an adoring crowd. Joining the lower value playing cards from K to 10 are 4 members of the band: a tambourine player, drummer, guitarist and vocalist. The top value symbol is the flash car which helps the band escape their fans after the show. Land 5 of these in a single payline for a payout of 1,000 times your line bet.

The crossed guitars symbol is the wild – it replaces everything bar the scatter and offers payouts of 100, 250 and 1,000 times your line bet if you land 3, 4 or 5 of them in a single payline.

The only feature on offer is the Free Spins feature which is triggered by hitting the Rockstar Riches logo – 3, 4 or 5 of them anywhere on the reels will get you a cash prize of 2, 10 or 50 times your total stake. You’ll also receive 8, 15 or 30 free spins.

The high value sports car symbol can appear as stacked during the feature – as can the wild, on multiple reels. Unfortunately, there aren’t any multipliers on offer during the feature. You can re-trigger even more free spins if the scatters land favourably though (giving you a total of 60 free spins if you’re lucky).

Despite the supposedly anti-establishment credentials of rock music, we found Rockstar Riches a relatively sedate affair. The visuals are very well done but the band members looked a little too squeaky clean to be genuine rock stars. Think a safe arena show rather than a dingy rock club gig. The backing track does hit the mark though.

It’s a similar story on the features front – the only extra on offer is the free spins which we found to be a decidedly hit and miss affair. On occasions, we secured a decent haul but at other times we won barely more than our stake.

It’s very well put together but we found Rockstar Riches to be just a little dull. I would much rather play NetEnt’s Guns N’ Roses or WMS Gaming’s KISS Shout It Out Loud to be honest.