The music has the lightness of a lot of recent Vlog soundtracks, the flow offers the necessary humanity & character to bring it back down to the ground.
It’s a stunning track, the attention to detail is powerful & the unity of everything involved makes for a compelling & emotional experience.
The music has been rightfully considered an inherent part of the artistry. The music & the voice work in unison to portray the evolving moments.
There’s an underlying hopefulness, a thread of positivity that breathes new life into the music & offers a helping hand to those who are struggling.
The crisp & heavy hit of country rock & roll explodes into action. The band have a clear knowledge & passion for the intricate style & skills of the genre.
Joy Jeanette’s lyricism & performance are undeniably true to her own artistic approach & style. Always a pleasure to listen to.
The song is more than well written, it pays tribute to some of the best songwriting from the past few decades. An experienced & skillful musician.
Right now my family are my only motivation. I’m going to do my best to make sure I don’t see them or me struggle anymore. They’re depending on me.
Fusing those classic indie vibes with some organic, songwriter style jamming, this is everything you’ll need to raise your spirits right back up to the sky.
This week we caught up with the guys from Atlanta, Georgia’s Mosura. The band is made up of Jimmy Mendoza on vocals, Jonathan Benitez on Bass, Tyler Blalock on Guitar, and Austin Massingill on Drums. Their recent album release is the brilliantly creative The Eighth Plague. We asked Jimmy and the guys all about their death metal … Continued