A song that brings a classic Pink Floyd style of songwriting and fuses it with a brilliantly appropriate, circus-like folk-rock back bone.
One of the most striking things about the collection is the lyricism. There’s emotion & personality, but also a fly-on-the-wall sort of feeling to it all.
The music is gentle but intense; it builds, without getting noisy. The story unfolds, the poetry of it soaks into you.
There’s a lot to appreciate about this few minutes of music, the lasting effect of which is that you’re likely to come back and listen to it several times.
There are moments of grunge-like funk in this song that are as bizarre as they are attractive. The music is new, exciting, and completely free of barriers.
The structure has a mind of it’s own, the songwriter has exercised their right to create freely & independently; the result is something quite mesmerizing.
Perhaps the biggest sound of the project, in terms of the instrumental involvement; the complex network of sounds and melodies.
There’s an anthemic & almost tribal sound to the vocals, which at times makes it feel like you’re witnessing some cultural initiation from a far away land.
The alternative sound has been captured very skillfully; at first making you notice it, and later making you glad that you did.
You learn a lot about the mind and the character of the artist, which gives it a very accessible touch.
The music of Me And My Two Horses gives the feeling you’re listening to something by someone who has a completely unique & beautiful view of the world.
On first listen, it’s electro-pop, fused with 60’s melodies; which is cool, nothing particularly groundbreaking, but sounds pretty awesome. Then a lyric catches your attention, and then another, and suddenly you find yourself watching the video three times in a row to actually make sure you’ve not got the wrong end of the stick. There’s … Continued