A strong introduction to the Chicago based singer & songwriter. The more you listen, the more the melody, lyrics & energy imprint their good vibes on you.
It’s really just a beautiful recording, a great song, hopefully one that has a positive influence on all who hear it. A pleasure to experience.
The passion & power of folk-rock is alive & thriving. Passing Shadows offers everything we know & love about the genre, but with a fresh take on it all.
The performances are on point, carrying the essence of the track confidently. The overall effect is that the music is quite hypnotic, addictive even.
Sarantos has a skill for painting a vivid picture with his music, and although the idea of cheating is unpleasant; the music dances in the face of concern.
The music gets into your mind and relaxes you, filling your head with beautiful imagery and reflective thoughts and ideas.
“There should never be a reason for conflicted or confused young people struggling with feelings of sexuality to commit suicide.” – Sarantos.
We’ve a whole lot of exciting new music to check out as 2016 takes shape, so we’ll start as we mean to go on; a genuinely unique and compelling two-track release from Chicago based four piece band The Daisy Heaves. The songs are Ilona and Alice. Here’s what we liked about them. It was a real delight to hear the quiet explosion that takes place … Continued