The brightness & bounce of the music is clear from the offset. Jackson Howard’s voice is laid bare, so you get a genuine, honest feel from the whole thing.
The exciting thing about the track is that it’s soaked in a fresh sense of frustration. It’s a reaction to now. It’s something completely different.
The titles hold a level of strength. The concept’s are briefly defined, the rest of the journey is determined by the music & the mind of the listener.
It’s good music out there but the market is flooded. Only the strong survive. All I got to do is grind, stay true to me, and it’s wide open.
A notable hook – the key line & the rhythm with which it’s delivered. The music keeps you in a good place, great to sit back & relax to.
New music is massively indicative of the art the people of the world are creating. It’s worthwhile to pay attention.
Innocent Sin is an immense, sixteen track album recently released by St Louis based artist Billy Dechand. It opens with the title track, and…