The magic is in the possibility, the freedom of the sound. Donald Wiles brings his musicality & enhances the soundscape in a beautifully natural manner.
Unbelievably smooth, the instrumental performances are fantastic, the way they’ve been mixed has such a delicacy that the skill just floats out around you.
The speed at which Marcus delivers these stories is immense. A creatively intelligent, deeply expressive artist – well worth paying attention to.
The song reaches this peak at which the colourful energy is at an all time high & hits you in the way that any great piece designed to make you move should.
If an artist is ready to take steps away from the underground, these are the things that need to be in place. That truth, that energy, that professionalism.
The production shows itself to be well crafted towards the latter half of the song, and the whole thing becomes notably familiar the further along you get.
Their music comes with an atmospheric darkness reminiscent of heavier hip-hop; their performances have the angst & confidence to carry this off effectively.
This call for help, this desperation, directed straight into your heart. The honesty is intense, but the music is smooth & mellow; the contrast is powerful.
Realness is impossible to fake. The more you listen to this album, the more familiar & reliable the band become. A total pleasure to discover.
Strength of songwriting & an organic, warm display of instrumentation. The melodies come through with genuine feeling, something that can’t be faked.
Maximum Turbodrive has both the ability & vision to give you something completely fresh & completely mesmerising, even a little terrifying on occasion.
Far from formulaic, these songs appear as a passionate stream of consciousness, a jam, a collective pursuit of creative freedom & therapeutic expression.