The song has the kick & bounce of any great rock & roll track, but it’s presented in an almost acoustic sort of way, which is great to listen to.
Lyrically expressive in a complex and poetic manner, thoughts outside of the box, expressed with genuine depth and emotion.
Listen to the instruments used; the riffs, the moments when everything plays at once – there’s a real scene built up by all of the sounds and ideas in this.
New music is massively indicative of the art the people of the world are creating. It’s worthwhile to pay attention.
You learn a lot about the mind and the character of the artist, which gives it a very accessible touch.
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.
It’s a gorgeous song.. one that really makes you think – as does much of the rest of Will Adams’ music.
This particular collection of songs works so extremely well as an entity, as a whole piece of art – the way we used to think of the idea of an album.
I’ve met a great number of people I admire. They all have their own stories/demons and it’s great to see when they get a good opportunity.
The strength is in the writing and the performance, and nothing else is needed to keep that fire burning.
Sometimes you come across an artist or song that just fits, one that immediately warms you, calms you down from the moment you press play. Jamie Alimorad’s track Rock Me To Heaven brilliantly showcases this kind of warmth. The song alone has the power to capture your attention and your heart, but also – it’s a superb introduction … Continued
Dan Weintraub’s music has a great, up close and personal quality to it. The guitar is so brilliantly recorded that you can hear every moment of contact with the strings; it’s an extremely intimate way to record music, and it works superbly in this kind of acoustic and honest setting. Alongside this, you have the … Continued