Creative chameleons New American Hustle take their unpredictable artistry a step further for this new album.
New American Hustle
This project seems fit to accompany the angst & uncertainty, the isolated intensity, of 2020. Quite possibly a personal favorite from the band so far.
Eclecticism runs wild, but the building blocks hold close to composition as much so as allowing the featured singers to wholly and truly lose themselves, passionately, in the moment.
New American Hustle have come through with another full length album just before the year’s end. La Soma Vita is a powerful collection of original tracks, which showcase brilliantly the unique fusion of genres and the poetic intentions of the act. We caught up with the producer behind the project to see how things have … Continued
The project’s title-track takes up nine minutes with its powerfully atmospheric intensity and story-line. Layers of heavy metal meet with a tribal rhythm and a vocal soaked in theatrics and strangely intriguing references.
These are the underground hits the music world craves; and turns back to again and again. Timeless, refreshing and ever-creative music.
“I can’t stop making music. I’m an artist. I don’t think I’d know what to do with myself if I wasn’t creating art or making music. I’m not good at fishing or golf.”
New American Hustle sees producer and multi-instrumentalist Ian Smith collaborate with a host of superb vocalists, amidst an array of hard-hitting and almost genre-free compositions; the likes of which pour through with precisely the level of grit, melody and rhythm required to lift you up and provide that perfectly alternative escapism that modern life craves.