Recognited as a producer drives with equal parts professionalism & creativity. There’s delicacy here, thoughtfulness as to how each element steps into the mix – drawing you in with simple yet effective musical strength.
Stew has done well to capture the sound of the moment with this, as well as not overwhelming his audience with weight or multiple layers of volume, colour & detail. The space & the simple beauty of it are likely to appeal for their originality & how easy they are to take on.
This project is undoubtedly about the songwriting, that’s what stands the tallest. It’s a strong collection that will likely be enjoyed by fans spanning from the Eagles to the more modern day indie-rock bands of not too long ago.
A gorgeous song, thoughtfully written, structured in a manner that grabs your attention with that almost whispered softness & purity, and that poetic lyricism. There’s a youthfulness to his voice that seems to contrast with the awareness in his writing, and that’s a powerful thing.
The song swings with its infectious rhythms & the exemplary guitar work adds just the right amount southern rock & charm. Sheyana’s voice is an experience in & of itself, and she pairs effortlessly & harmoniously with the music.
A totally memorable song that cleverly narrates the potentially negative effects of certain types of music on human behavior & even intelligence. The whole attitude & approach of the track seems perfectly catered to that concept.
One of his most intensely infectious riffs yet – a hard hitting, distorted synth set to wind its way into your consciousness in an instant. The track is heavy, ready to energize & uplift, the song’s subject matter leans in that direction too – offering motivation, a winner’s mentality.
The very essence of rock & punk music was originally that connection shared between working people who had grown tired of the rat race & of living under somebody else’s thumb. Moe Green’s Eye bring all of this & more to their music.
The very concept of a sacrament seems a strange one to connect with this gathering of tracks. Its intriguing & there’s undoubtedly something eerily appealing about it all – perhaps it’s the uncomfortable process of some sort of musical baptism or cleansing.
Sometimes memory can feel like a curse, and perhaps it is, but it’s an all too human curse & something of a supernatural blessing. Accepting loss or failure does not mean forgetting it happened, because remembering displays the deepest well of strength.
The acoustic guitar-driven melody creates a certain tranquility juxtaposed to the threatening line – she disobeyed, now the beast will rise. The lyrics invite curiosity, creating a dark mystery surrounding the characters & the outcome of this rising beast; seemingly the husband.
Go for it!!! We only live once & dreams are meant to be chased in this life. Believe in what you do & others will have no choice but to believe as well.