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.
His voice ranges from blissfully delicate to almighty & powerful, without ever so much as gracing the possibility of shouting. Beautifully impressive.
Phil Whiteley has a certain way with songwriting that is both widely accessible & distinctly unique. This new album was well worth the wait.
Genuinely a powerful & pretty special collection. Brilliant songwriting, stunning compositions & flawless musical performances to back it all up.
The artistry of the craft seems to come before the need to label it or to fit in with any particular genre or group. It’s very easy to enjoy.
Utterly refreshing to stumble upon. Soaked in a Stevie Wonder style soul & funk, the song just oozes character & addictively good vibes.
Far from formulaic, these songs appear as a passionate stream of consciousness, a jam, a collective pursuit of creative freedom & therapeutic expression.
There are numerous hooks & riffs to revel in but there’s equally as much genuine emotion & reflective artistry. Well written, thoughtful, inspiring songs.
Stone White puts every bit of heart & soul into his performances. His voice will carry you, his honesty & poetry will remind you of the things that matter.
The Jazz genre encompasses a wide array of music. Our’s is a mixture of weird soul, jazz & funk. We like to introduce ourselves as a gangster funk band.