Considerately crafted, as is generally the way with Strangely Alright. There’s always an element of fun, creativity, and some underlying depth or message.
There are equal parts colour, character, and depth throughout this project. It’s a bright & joyful collection but not without meaning & considerate ideas.
Jason Phillips has the tone & lungs required to really rock this sound. A live show would likely satisfy the Green Day or Blink fans who crave that energy.
The Söur Bruthers sound is stylish, energetic, soulful, and satisfying in the way that any great blues-rock or Americana soaked record should be.
The song captivates & hypnotizes you. It’s provocative & intriguing, not to mention performed to a sensational standard. A masterful singer & songwriter.
The song is easy going & hard hitting all at once. The band are mysterious & skillful, talented & free. There’s something new & beautiful in their sound.
He crafts his tracks in an open & fee manner, yet still keeps you embraced by the warmth & weight of engaging, gripping, authentic rock & roll.
A chaotic, glistening soundscape fusing experimentation with a distinctly modern hip-hop rhythm & vibe. The brightness & pace leave a memorable mark.
Doc Ventura creates magnificent music from nothing but a guitar & an unwavering level of passion & creativity. Grab yourself a whisky & enjoy.
An honest & characterful country ballad. The song offers the realness of everyday love in a way that needs nothing flashy to exemplify its sentiment.
Endearingly delicate & real – the lyrical honesty, the vulnerability in the voice, the organic softness of the surrounding, supporting instrumentation.
The music feels about as close to a live performance as possible, the mix has captured the necessary passion – musically & vocally.