With how strong the influence of music from the eighties has been over the years, it is not much of a surprise when people release new music that contains a style that truly feels like something that would have been around several decades ago.
This is a stunning, head-spinning release with something for everyone, but will likely be appreciated most of all by devoted music fans looking for a different spin on time-tested formulas & approaches.
Something tells me that much like the continent she calls home, her music holds countless untold treasures for us to unearth as we explore & get to know her identity as an artist as time goes by.
Rebecca Rogers Davis may slave away for The Man during her days, but we hear her real vocation here – a songwriter & born entertainer who will hopefully keep writing & recording for some time to come.
A band who seemed poised on the cusp of super-stardom before things fell apart in the late 1970’s – they sound invigorated by another turn at getting their music out there.
He’s giving us direct insight into his process with this release. As a critic, this is fascinating, and as a music aficionado, it’s exciting & different than anything we’re used to in this genre.
Artists like The Jackstones don’t want to make another record that appeases the masses just for the sake of making an A&R department happy, and they don’t have to thanks to the market that indie musicians have built for themselves.
Trying to write about Edenn’s debut single Thinking is like trying to capture your entire summer in less than 500 words.
It still grows with every listen, but you have-to pull the trigger somewhere in the mix in-order to give a fresh perspective whenever an album this good comes along.
Merging dreamy vocals & thick musical harmonies isn’t a new concept, but there’s no debating that the way BRF interprets the captivating crunch of shoe-gaze is dramatically different to their contemporaries.
We crave the chaos because we are the chaos. Losing Me is a great depiction of how we mask our primal nature with colorful, paper-thin simulations of diplomacy.
BASS PA$$I 1 has an extremely DIY quality to it that make it much more organic and authentic sounding than anything else in American Top 40 right now