An easy choice for anyone looking for that pop-rock sound with a little something fresh & unusual. The music works its magic in the best possible way.
The music has a definite stamp of identity, the leading vocalist has the perfect rock-meets-EDM tone & performance style to deliver with weight.
The rhythm & ongoing melody surround you quite hypnotically, closing you off to the noise of the outside world, making the experience about the here & now.
The raw energy of punk rock makes for an unexpected approach to Christmas music. A new concept, a fresh melody, an organic yet subtly heavy musicality.
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.
Considerately crafted, as is generally the way with Strangely Alright. There’s always an element of fun, creativity, and some underlying depth or message.
A long-time interest in sci-fi prompted the creation, along with a desire to provide a warning about what could happen if we as a society are not careful.
Great music isn’t enough to make it in today’s business since there’s so much out there. Networking is a necessity to reach new listeners & fellow artists.
You can easily enjoy the musicianship & movement throughout, but if you choose to – you can take on the additional blessing of these unpredictable concepts.
Forever maintaining an element of mystery & intrigue. His approach to creative expression is compelling – familiar in some ways, unheard of in others.
There’s a definite indie edge that really works in its favour. Grant Smith’s leading voice & lyricism make for something incredibly soulful & fresh.
The connection between singer & song starts to come second to the one between the listener & the song, and that’s a powerful thing & a wonderful gift.