The music fills every void. You soon realise why it is that you return to the World Of Caellus sound, again and again.
This track is an example of a producer storming forwards to centre stage, and joyfully, skillfully, thoughtfully; creating an experience for all audiences.
There’s a strangely cinematic effect to the music, whereby the art of it stretches much further than what is audible. It’s a stunning effect.
The sound is entirely unusual, yet beautifully effective with every moment that passes – a wonderful thing to experience for anyone who loves real art.
If that opening riff with it’s retro touch of funk doesn’t get you hooked – the longer you listen for; something, if not everything, undoubtedly will.
Legendary UK DJ/Producer Jason Kaye presents a new signing to his label Social Circles – introducing Andy Taylor, with his brand new track High Maintenance.
You can easily relate to these words & very quickly remember the melody lines. It’s a pleasure that could only be topped by witnessing the songs live.
The heart & soul of grunge & punk rock is present; holding on to that passion, revisiting inspiring sounds, reigniting the indie rock flame.
There are moments of grunge-like funk in this song that are as bizarre as they are attractive. The music is new, exciting, and completely free of barriers.
The structure has a mind of it’s own, the songwriter has exercised their right to create freely & independently; the result is something quite mesmerizing.
Perhaps the biggest sound of the project, in terms of the instrumental involvement; the complex network of sounds and melodies.
There’s an anthemic & almost tribal sound to the vocals, which at times makes it feel like you’re witnessing some cultural initiation from a far away land.