There’s so much more to the band than the music, admittedly a confusing thing to say – I guess there’s something to connect with that runs deeper than strings & rhythm. Everyone & their neighbor should hear this album.
An EP that creates a wonderful groove & a string of easy going soundscapes for its audience. The underlying concepts intrigue & the passion with which they’re delivered really adds to this air of thought provoking mystery.
The highly regarded Wall Street Theater based in Norwalk, CT, is set to host a live show from Milo Z with two phenomenal special guests, Chapell & American Nomads.
The passion is unquestionable, the pauses within the musicality add to the drama & intensity, yet the crisp, flawless & satisfying way in which everything meets back up afterwards keep things impossibly flush & tranquil.
It lets you escape into the moment, has an overwhelmingly positive effect. Track Seven Band are pushing boundaries creatively & bidding farewell to traditional genre labels. This release showcases their passion & dedication to their craft.
There’s an inspiring sense of freedom that occasionally comes through with independent music releases, usually it’s when the artist has written & composed in a way that is, in itself, free from expectations or limits. This is the perfect example.
The indie-rock vibe is alive & kicking, yet Rhett’s voice rides alongside of it in a pop-meets-funk manner – something true to this artist’s sound alone.
You can easily enjoy the musicianship & movement throughout, but if you choose to – you can take on the additional blessing of these unpredictable concepts.