This is song writing at it’s most experimental, exuding freedom, and expression of whatever it is the artist needs to express.
Imagine a smokey, underground, live setting, and an artist giving it their all – lost in the moment entirely – and that’s exactly where you’ll end up too.
That voice, which thoroughly connects the tracks in your mind, is loaded with character; a wonderful fusion of strength and vulnerability.
When I stopped listening – I felt as if I’d been on some immense journey. The power of art is alight, and being waved high above the world with this album.
What you’re experiencing is a vibrant array of beauty & thought, artistically presented by someone who is musically experienced and skillful. It’s stunning.
It’s not the kind of music that you let float on past you without reaching out and clutching at the edges of it to try to get a little more involved.
At times rhythmic and smooth, other times poetic and deep, and occasionally quite haunting – the music is vast and varied and consistently expressive.
There’s an air of Oasis in the vocal and the guitar riffs, but there’s a significant flicker of creative folk music in the piano and the additional strings.
Just when you thought rock and roll was over, a band like The Damnable Cads come along and shake everything up again. Music to make you drop what you’re doing, kick off your work shoes, and pour yourself a cold, hard drink. The Damnable Cads are lead by guitarist Nick, next to him is Jimmy on … Continued
Cam Fraser, known by his somewhat more enchanting stage name of Fun Cam, is a musician and song writer with an extensive and impressive collection of music behind him. In the past, he has studied both English Literature and Music, been involved in an array of other musical art forms, and in recent years was nominated … Continued
The self titled debut album from Mike LePond’s Silent Assassins is an immense collection of songs encapsulating everything that is great about rock music. The musical skill is consistently prevalent, as is the drama, the experimentation, the quick-fire finger-style solos, the incredible drum patterns. It’s refreshing to hear something with so much effort and thought involved … Continued
Where to even begin is always the hard part; this album sets out to soothe an anxious soul from the very first note of the very first song. Where We Belong is stunning, it’s a beautiful and warming concept in itself, and the music does not sway away from this. The title track opens the … Continued