It’s not all that often I’m blown away by how uniquely unexpected an artist’s sound is. Perhaps it’s that Can’t Buy Love was the opener – a brilliant song, gorgeously atmospheric, openly sentimental, funky & quirky in a subtle but cool way.
I’ve learned to stop trying to be famous &instead d enjoy being an artist. My dream is to lose the day job & go on small-town tours, play in the evenings at the local VFW, then go off to the next town. I’d like to do that sooner rather than later.
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.
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.