Shane Guerrete’s return in 2018 presents a singer and songwriter who has well and truly cemented his status as a freely creative, thoughtful, skillful, and consistently interesting artist.
There’s something softly emotional about his vocal tone & delivery, and this, walking in unison with the heartfelt & open nature of the lyrics, makes for something that feels very genuine & warming.
Incredibly clever, supremely well written & produced. There’s such a stylish contrast between the realism of the lyrics & the somewhat magical, perhaps exaggerated feel of the instrumentation.
I am scared to death of live performances, and I don’t do it that much. Recording process depends on the people I am working with. If you connect as an artist to your producer, the process is easy.
A single that stands out by a mile for its metaphorical strength, its entrancing melody, and its immediately uplifting musicality – among so many other elements that really help it shine.
It’s a simple track, stylistically – there’s a delicacy about it, but there’s also an addictive sense of rhythm and good vibes that just satisfies.
Musication Mondays fuses creative passion & work ethic, which is essential, and if this Monday’s single is anything to go by – music fans will be excited to tune in for these scheduled releases in the long term.
A live show would be something beautiful, likely bringing people together, inspiring a sense of togetherness and a shared desire to simply embrace the good times and to revel in feelings of love.
Rivertide’s music has a certain purity & softness that comes through with a welcomed organic honesty right now in among the volume & chaos of the world’s multi-layered, pop soundscape.
John Deere Green, a Joe Diffie original, comes through with a colourful & family-friendly ambiance – an organic & joyful way to let the story within shine brightly.
A beautiful song, comforting & uplifting to listen to at volume, recognizable for its simple but effective hook section, and powerful without appearing insincere.
Walking the creative line somewhere between Jack Johnson & John Butler Trio, with an occasional, relevant dash of emotional turmoil.