The Scott Smith Band write beautiful songs, and their leading vocalist, the artist himself, has a subtle but stunning voice that carries their sound with power & personality.
This project is undoubtedly about the songwriting, that’s what stands the tallest. It’s a strong collection that will likely be enjoyed by fans spanning from the Eagles to the more modern day indie-rock bands of not too long ago.
This is worth a listen for anyone interested in the power of music, of ambient music in general, and particularly those who are naturally drawn to classical music but are seeking out something fresh & unusual.
The performance feels like a race down a highway, almost like Race to Neptune know they have the listener by the ears & can take you past your comfort zone. Abandon fashion, forget reservations & dance to this amazing EP while your brain races to the stars.
The craftsmanship is where the strength lies, this is a piece of audio to be experienced – the movement carries you along, the ideas provoke deep thought, and all in all you get that authentic, alternative trip-hop edge that is all too absent from mainstream music of late.
These songs that make up the collection are beautifully well produced & also hit in the way that any superb & memorable song should. There’s plenty more to appreciate on top of this as the project plays out.
The guitar work is perfect, simple yet effective, instantly recognisable after even just a single listen. Soon enough, the song’s lyrics start to take hold, sinking in with the emotional depth of something incredibly real & heartfelt.
His music woks in the same way regardless of how it’s set up, so you get that heartfelt story-telling, that personal touch, in among a lot that is varied & forever interesting.
Poetic songs of deep thought, self doubt & reflections on modern life make-up the playlist for Jeffrey Dallet’s album Abnormal Oddities. What pours through is a folk-rock explosion of melodies & upbeat energy.
It’s not all that often I’m blown away by how uniquely unexpected an artist’s sound is. Perhaps it’s that Can’t Buy Love was the opener – a brilliant song, gorgeously atmospheric, openly sentimental, funky & quirky in a subtle but cool way.
Radio Drive’s recently released project is one that brings a bright & emotionally open collection of songs that seem to float somewhere between indie-pop & the more classic rock sounds of the 70’s.
Jaime Mansilla is a renowned violinist & recording artist who has performed concerts in 30 different countries, in some of the best concert halls of the world. His experience is unquestionable as you listen to these releases, beginning with the iconic Figaro.