A stylish fusion of classic rock theatrics and grunge-inspired indie fuzz make up the audio experience that is Neil Harvey. Complete with a complex and captivating story-line, the song grows more and more fascinating as it progresses.
Let The Fire Burn is a beautiful track, one that leans back and forth between near-silence and distorted intensity – making the most out of effective contrast, and keeping the story-line and the emotion alive and well at all times.
It’s easy to go from questioning the whole experience to embracing it entirely within a few short minutes, thanks to The ATif’s genuinely laid-back and fascinating yet musically immersive way with songwriting and performance.
There’s plenty more to hear and realise than a single listen can really allow most of us. An impressive and genuinely original project.
The sound is his, dramatic guitars and drums, expressive structures. Meanwhile multiple impressive melodies and riffs help build a sense of variety and offer anthem after anthem of soulful soft rock.
Frans Krans keep high energy punk rock alive and well with this memorably titled album Moby Cock.They’re likely to win you over, whichever song you choose – though the album in full is where the real fun lies.
What begins a simply enjoyable pop-rock offering, with familiar vocal and musical flickers of colour, soon grows to become a genuinely great and rather addictive piece of finely crafted rock music and brilliant songwriting.
The entrepreneur works full-time managing his businesses, but as is the way of the muse – creativity struck one day, and the uplifting and infectious Get The Sun In Your Head was born.
There’s an entire cast of characters at play under the Pete Murphy artist name. Always a genuine treat to be entertained and indeed amazed by.
Instances of hope are met with softness, whereas those of frustration or turmoil are met with a much greater output of energy and instrumental expression.
“Bands always disagree but one thing we don’t disagree on is creativity. Like I’ve touched on previously, we let each other be as creative as we can and as long as you are playing for the song and not for yourself it works for us.”
To choose just one song from this collection would be like using only one colour from the pallette to create your latest painting. The playlist in full is where the real experience comes from – an absolute pleasure to stumble upon and well worth journeying into.